The Lighthouse - Stewed Apples Summary & Analysis

Moore, Alison
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While lying naked on his bed, Futh remembers how it was like when he slept naked in Angela's mother's house once because he did not have pajamas. He remembers chatting with a woman in a bar when he was thirty, and Angela storming in months after the hitchhiking trip, and pulling him away from her. Soon, the strange woman's husband walks in and harasses other patrons asking, "where the fuck is he" (80). Angela suggests that he could stay with her in her mother's house and he does. In the hotel, Futh wakes up after dreaming about Angela. He walks around the room and notices a little vase with mixed flowers, among them violets. He smells the flowers and remembers that he once plants violets in the garden for Angela, but she remarks that they do not smell like anything. Futh gifts Angela violet...

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