The Complete Stories of Leonora Carrington - "The Neutral Man," "A Mexican Fairytale," "Et in bellicus lunarum medicalis," "My Flannel Knickers," "The Happy Corpse Story" Summary & Analysis

Leonora Carrington
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In "The Neutral Man," the narrator addresses the reader and says she is going to tell a true story. Once, she was invited to a costume party, but when she got there she was the only one in costume. She talked to the man who lived in the mansion, MacFrolick, who told her about another man who was a magician or a neutral man. An ecclesiastic gave her a pork chop, and she went outside to get rid of it. She met the neutral man and told him she wanted to study with him, but he mocked her. She went back inside and MacFrolick told her that the neutral man was a vampire that needed to be killed, but he could not do it because he was...

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