Revenge: Eleven Dark Tales - Tomatoes and the Full Moon – Poison Plants Summary & Analysis

Yoko Ogawa
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"Tomatoes and the Full Moon" – The narrator, a photojournalist, picks up his key at the front desk, and opens his hotel room door to find a woman and a dog. The woman explains she came in through the French doors, must have gotten the wrong room, apologizes, and leaves with a small bundle under her arm. The next morning, the narrator sees the woman and her dog once more at the kitchen entrance, giving away organic tomatoes for breakfast. The woman then explains the tomatoes in the omelet the narrator is eating are her little “contribution”, and that they were from a fatal truck accident. The narrator’s appetite vanishes.

That night, while outside watching the moon, the narrator is again joined by the woman who explains that the narrator looks like a man who once saved her...

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