Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-short Stories - Disappearing, A Lover's Ear, By the Creek, The Book, Facing the Light, Lost Keys Summary & Analysis

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Disappearing, A Lover's Ear, By the Creek, The Book, Facing the Light, Lost Keys Summary

Disappearing by Monica Wood concerns an overweight woman who takes swimming lessons in order to get away from her boorish and insulting husband and unsupportive friend. She learns to swim and begins to swim laps every day. Little by little, she begins to lose weight and other men begin to notice her. Her friends comment on how good she looks, but she does not care. She is not doing it to look better; she merely wants to disappear. Eventually, she loses so much weight that people stop recognizing her. She is getting closer to disappearing completely.

The protagonist of A Lover's Ear by Yuan Ch'iung-Ch'iung always carries an ear pick with her, which she only uses on...

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