Sawkill Girls - "Zoey: The Dead Fish" – "Marion: The Mansion" Summary & Analysis

Claire Legrand
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In "Zoey: The Dead Fish," Zoey carried "a net full of dead fish" toward Kingshead (100). She soon noticed Marion watching her. Marion divulged that the inner noise had been tormenting her—then, she froze. Zoey also felt as though "another person" was near, and Marion led her into the woods, following the sound's magnetism (102). In that moment, Zoey recognized the drawings in her father's book as renderings of the Collector. Marion continued to describe the "cry" inside of her until suddenly they came upon a quiet path leading to "a circle of small white stones" (104, 105). Zoey reached out to a nearby tree and pulled away her hand, slick with blood. The stones began buzzing, and Marion instructed that Zoey run before being thrown from where she stood. Val watched Zoey and Marion together from her bedroom window and...

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