The Bright Hour - Stage Three, Section Three Summary & Analysis

Riggs, Nina
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Twilight Zone – The author’s father (Peter) takes her on a ride on his newly purchased, second-hand motorcycle. She feels free and comfortable and young. On their way back, they pass the hospice where Jan died. She and Peter recall meeting with a grief counselor, Peter commenting that in the aftermath of Jan’s death he had been binge-watching episodes of the old “Twilight Zone” TV show, and that he sometimes wondered what was real and what was not. The counselor assured him that everything he was feeling was perfectly normal.

Symmetry – The author and Tita go shopping for a new breast substitute, and are fitted for bras and a breast form. The author says it is important for her to look symmetrical, but that sometimes she prefers the feeling of being “one-sided … the gap and the scar. It’s a...

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