Pond: A Novel Setting

Claire-Louise Bennett
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The Unnamed Man's House ("Voyage in the Dark")

The narrator recalls spending a lot of time waiting for the unnamed owner of this unnamed location to drive home. She recalls going to the property with friends, where the little girls would climb the, "Impeccable" (1) trees on his driveway and wait to spy him driving up. Each night, the sunset catches the reflection in the windows of the home, creating a burning look to the front of the house. The narrator claims to climb into the back garden, where she enjoys curling up and thinking about the unnamed man who she finds rather handsome.

The Garden ("Morning, Noon and Night")

The narrator spots a small piece of land across from her apartment. It seems abandoned and untended. She saves an injured bird there one day and returns to nurse it back to health only to find that a neighborhood cat...

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