Trigger Warning - “Feminine Endings” Summary & Analysis

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Summary

The narrator of the story is a busker in a non-English foreign town. This busker makes money by standing in the city pretending to be a living statue. This living statue has become infatuated with a young woman, and this narration is the contents of his letter to her.

Initially, it seems like an innocent attraction, but it soon it is clear that it is much more sinister. It is clear that he is under the impression that she feels the same way as he does for her. The statue starts telling the reader details about the woman’s life that he should not know, such as her choices in undergarments, her relationships with her family members, and whether or not she is being chaste. The reader begins to realize that he knows this information because he is stalking her.

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