What Have You Lost? - Section 5: pages 45-57 Summary & Analysis

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Section 5: pages 45-57 Summary

In "Drifter, Owl, Mouse" by Ken Fontenot, the mouse prays inside the owl's beak, but when a drifter shoots the owl in the head, the mouse dies a death in a world none of them wanted.

In "Kind" by Leonard Nathan, until death took him outside and left him there, he did not notice how the grass lifts everything dropped so quietly, and everything is dropped.

In "Last-Minute Message for a Time Capsule" by Philip Appleman, the author wanted to write this down so it would not be lost forever. At one time, the world was filled with meadows, blue skies and wildlife that would stagger the heart, but "we also had the righteous ones who worshipped the True Faith, and Holy War" (p. 47).

In "That Was the Summer We Had Animals" by Jack Ridl, everything was a comfort, and they felt the...

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