The Age of Wire and String - Weather Summary & Analysis

Ben Marcus
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Weather Summary

The section titled Weather begins with Weather Killer, which tells the story of a place where people live in all sorts of shelters, including scooped-out dogs, and where even a person's hair could be stolen, and eating is secret. A wind gun punches holes in skin, the rain never stops, and children roam outside, cooking nuts in the grass. Eventually, there is no season, the sun begins to make a noise, and the society moves underground. The wind grows strong and reverses, jerking birds upward, and holes form in the earth. A boy walks among people. He kills them, departs, returns, dies, is mourned, and a new boy arrives, carrying a wire. He examines the tombstone, and holds the wire to a scaffold.

Continuous Winter, in Law explains that the term continuous winter refers to a change in the alternating seasons. What the author calls written forms...

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