The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Outing, Twenty to One, The Duck Hunt Summary & Analysis

Jean-Dominique Bauby
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Outing, Twenty to One, The Duck Hunt Summary and Analysis

Jean and two friends make their way down to the crowded beach on a stifling hot day. Jean wanted to come to to the promenade to drink in the aroma of French fries. Mithra-Grandchamp. The name belongs to a horse, and Jean has suddenly recalled a memory. One day Jean and Vincent go to a local race track and receive an almost sure bet. Their friends have given them money to bet on Mithra-Grandchamp, but Vincent and Jean spend too much time lounging never place a bet. Mithra-Grandchamp wins by forty yards. Jean sees Mithra-Grandchamp as a lost opportunity. The horse represents lost loves, failed chances, and happiness not grasped.

Jean is deaf in his right ear and the left ear distorts any sound made more than ten feet...

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