Nohow on: Three Novels - Ill Seen Ill Said Summary & Analysis

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Ill Seen Ill Said Summary

"Ill Seen Ill Said" is the story of an old woman, at the end of her life, living out her time in a cabin and watching nature, part of a disorganized universe, remembering bits and pieces of her life. She watches Venus rise from the kitchen chair in her cabin, and thinks about the stones and the weeds outside; how one day she will be gone. She thinks of the moor, and some lambs, and how she is drawn to the stones. She has gradually become more and more drawn by the stones.

Perhaps her life is ending; she thinks of herself as less and less. She remembers, at night, a pair of boots buttoned badly. In the sky, there is a flash; the interior of the cabin becomes more and more clear, as skylights appear, then...

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