Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-short Stories - Arrest Me, Orion, The Verb To Kill, All at One Point, Bigfoot Stole My Wife Summary & Analysis

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Arrest Me, Orion, The Verb To Kill, All at One Point, Bigfoot Stole My Wife Summary

Arrest Me by Denis Hirson is told from the point-of-view of a man whose family has all been arrested. He says he is tired of the strife in his country. He wants to go to prison and read the entire Bible.

Jeanette Winterson's Orion provides a humanistic retelling of the Orion and Artemis and the origin of his constellation. Orion is portrayed as a gruff and uncivilized hunter. Artemis, the daughter of Zeus, asks her father to allow her to forsake company and go hunt in the wild. He consents, and she goes to the woods. One night, by the fire, she sees herself in the past and the future and wonders if she has...

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