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Section 6: pages 58-69 Summary

In "Leaving the Light On" by Jack Myers, the author has no idea who his parents are when he returns home late one night, so he climbs an apple tree and peers into their room, listening to them talk like polite strangers who go on as though they have just met.

In Maggie Anderson's "What We Want," "we all want to be lost, and looked for, and found again and welcomed home in the smoky darkness on any summer night" (p. 55).

In "What Great Grief Has Made the Empress Mute" dedicated to the Empress Michiko and Janice Mirikitani, there is a list of contradictions which includes that no one can imagine the reasons for her grief because her grief required no imagination.

In Peter Sears' "Silence," the author tried to befriend silence when he was young, lost him for years, and now avoids...

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