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Unless Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36 Summary

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Chapter 36 Summary

Reta writes one last letter, the sixth in the series. It is dated February 1, 2001 and is addressed to Russell Sandor, a short story writer. She gives a short synopsis of the story, in which a Czech philosophy professor has moved to Los Angeles and discovered that American culture is "raw and thin and undigested." He finds the fast food hideous and the English language eroded, but he is especially horrified to pass by a medical supply shop one day and discover a mastectomy bra in the window display. The professor is so horrified that the author describes him as feeling nothing but nauseous disgust.

"Get a grip, Mr. Sandor," Reta orders him. She tells him in no uncertain terms that a mastectomy bra is like any other bra. It varies only in that it has two pockets in which a gel-like breast replacement form can be placed...

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