The Tower of the Antilles - Story 4: The Sound Catalog Summary & Analysis

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Dulce remembers the sound of the radiator as she puts her hearing aids in. She then thinks back to the sound of a mob shouting as she hid inside at her Cuban ex-lover's house. The two girls would often have sex in her Cuban ex-lover's bedroom, but they were interrupted this day when a sudden thunderstorm blew the bedroom door open, causing Dulce's ex-lover's father to have to come over and close it. Dulce had been unable to hear the thunder or the door banging open. The sound of a teapot whistling leads Dulce to think about the coffee she drank in Cuba, but gave up in favor of tea. She remembers her Cuban ex-lover's voice, which was high-pitched and unpleasant. Her Cuban ex-lover had become involved in a political group called the Ladies in White during their last years in...

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