Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected - The Way Up to Heaven Summary & Analysis

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The Way Up to Heaven Summary

Mrs. Foster has always had a pathological fear of being late, but her husband antagonizes her about this fear. Mrs. Foster is now going to visit their daughter in Paris for six weeks, as Mr. Foster stays at his club. He goes to see her off to the airport, but dallies so long she is afraid she will miss her flight. Once at the airport, however, Mrs. Foster finds that the flight has been cancelled because of fog. She goes back to her home, where she meets Mr. Foster, and tells him that she'll go again in the morning. He orders a car and tells her that she will drop him off at his club on the way. However, the next day, Mr. Foster is very late, antagonizing Mrs. Foster by continually running back into...

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