Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-short Stories Setting & Symbolism

Robert Shapard
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Skyscraperappears in Falling Girl

The skyscraper is the setting of The Falling Girl, which takes place as the title character leaps from the top of the structure. Tenants pay extravagantly for rooms in the skyscraper because they get to watch girls fall by their windows. Young lively people live in the top floors, watching bright-eyed girls drop, but on the lower floors, sad-eyed people watch tired girls reach the ground.

Capappears in Blackberries

The Cap is a gift for the young boy after he gets his hair cut at the beginning of Blackberries. He has wanted a cap, and his head is so small that he can only fit the smallest cap in the clothiers. The night he gets it, he and his father pick blackberries for the mother. The skins of the blackberries ruin the lining of the cap, causing a massive fight between the boy's parents...

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