Tender Buttons: Objects, Food, Rooms - Objects Summary & Analysis

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"A Carafe, That Is A Blind Glass" states that the carafe is a cousin to the glass, but it is not ordinary. The difference is between the two spreads. In "Glazed Glitter." a nickel is originally rid of a cover. The change has come; there is no gratitude in mercy, and no color is chosen. It shows an obligation, and if borrowing is not natural, then there is some use in giving. "A Substance In A Cushion" details that the change of color is likely, and very little difference is prepared. In "A Box," order is a way of being round. It is rudimentary to be analyzed. "A Piece Of Coffee" is not a detainer; the resemblance to yellow is dirtier and more distinct. "Dirt And Not Copper" makes color darker and makes the shape heavy. No melody is harder. In "Nothing Elegant...

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