Tales of Ordinary Madness - Study Guide The Blanket Summary & Analysis

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Bukowski mentions that he has not been sleeping comfortably recently. Not only has he been dreaming about his own life in disturbingly accurate detail, but he is also troubled by mysterious events that occur in his room while he lies in bed. A door opens, or his blanket begins to wrap itself around his neck. Years earlier, Bukowski suffers from a similar delusion, when he dreams that a team of tiny men is wiring his bed to electrocute him in his sleep. Now, these visions return in the form of his blanket. It slithers towards him and tries to strangle him. He runs from his apartment, but the blanket follows him. He walks into his neighbor's apartment, and the blanket has found a home on his arm. He offers it to Mick, who has not been well lately, and then goes back upstairs to get...

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