Stories: All-New Tales - Weights and Measures and Goblin Lake Summary & Analysis

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Weights and Measures and Goblin Lake Summary

When Abe and Sarah's daughter died, it was the worst day of their lives. Soon afterward Sarah discovers her sweater is inches too small. Believing it had shrunk, she dons another to find the same situation. She can reach things she never could before, but it doesn't seem important enough to mention to Abe. Abe is getting a lesson in minutia. While Sarah grows, he shrinks. Smaller and smaller he gets until even the most intimate moments with Sarah feel wrong. When she suggests some time apart, he agrees, although his heart screams out against it. She packs a bag, and no longer able to see over the window ledge, Abe pulls up a chair to watch her put it in the car. He is too small to work, or drive, and since...

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