Trigger Warning - “The Thing About Cassandra” Summary & Analysis

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The story begins with the narrator, Stuart Innes, a model and painter, at a stag party with his childhood friend Scallie. Stuart and Scallie had recently reconnected through social media after a long period of no communication after Scallie joined the Royal Air Force. During his tenure in the RAF, he injured his ankle and was discharged. Not long after this he went through a nasty divorce. Eventually, Stuart and Scallie depart from the party and reminisce about Stuart's old girlfriends. The name Cassandra is brought up and jogs Stuart’s memory, as he has not thought of this name in quite some time. According to Scallie, Cassandra was the girl who took Stuart's virginity. However, this cannot be true as Stuart made-up Cassandra. Regardless of this, Scallie states that Cassandra asked about him on Facebook.

When Stuart and Scallie go...

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