The Lighthouse - Oranges Summary & Analysis

Moore, Alison
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Futh wakes up with a hangover. He drinks straight from the faucet, despite remembering Aunt Frieda's warning that germs flourish in bathroom sinks (105). He does not remember looking out the window to assess his drop in case of emergency. He sits in bed next to his honeymoon suitcase, which was a wedding present from his father. He remembers asking his father to be his best men because Kenny had declined. His father said that the French call weddings "l'enterrement de vie de garcon" or the burial of a boy's life (106). He remembers dancing with Gloria during the wedding reception, but later stepping outside to get away from "the disco's noise and flashing lights" (106). He wanders off a square lawn with wet grass. The smell of rain reminds him of Angela at the service station. After feeling very wet, he goes back inside, but does...

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