The Lighthouse - Cigarette Smoke Summary & Analysis

Moore, Alison
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Futh drops off his family's postcards in mailboxes. He did not send one to Kenny, since he does not see him very often, once Kenny stopped attending his mother's parties. One time, Futh saw Kenny at the supermarket and told him that he was seeing Angela. At that time, Kenny points at his wife and two sons. At another occasion, he sees Kenny again at a camping and outdoor equipment store, sitting in a car in the parking lot. There is a crying woman in the driver's seat and Kenny comforts her. He does not recognize who the woman is. He wonders what Angela is doing and thinks that she would not be thinking about him. He thinks that he has never known what Angela wants, since she always seemed generally dissatisfied and Futh accuses her of not stating what she wants to...

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