Revenge: Eleven Dark Tales Characters

Yoko Ogawa
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The Narrator of “Afternoon at the Bakery”

The Narrator of “Afternoon at the Bakery” is a divorced mother who six years before lost her 12-year-old son to a tragic accident. Devastated by the loss of her son, the narrator goes on to attempt suicide, after which her husband leaves her (the ex-husband is the narrator of “Tomatoes and the Full Moon). Since the death of her son, the Narrator has grown insensitive to the pain of others, and has purchased two strawberry shortcakes each year in honor of her son.

The Narrator of “Fruit Juice”

The Narrator of “Fruit Juice” is a young man who recalls his time as a student where a pretty acquaintance asked him to attend a lunch with her where she met her father for the first time. The narrator had originally hoped the invitation was a date, but was dismayed and felt awkward to...

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