What Have You Lost? - Study Guide Section 10: pages 108-119 Summary & Analysis

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In "What Was Once Reached For" by Jeffrey Shotts, the quiet house is cold for the first time, and the only noise is their breath; the only movement is their eyes shifting over the objects as though they had not seen them before and did not own them now.

In "Father, Herald Me Home" by Teresa Palomo Acosta, the author asks her father to sing her home, and though she has no key or magic to take him, she asks him to "reach across and pull me over the ravine" (p. 109).

In Nuala Archer's "The Lost Glove Is Happy," the author loses her glove made in Taiwan when she is on her way to Lubbock, Texas to visit her mother who is in the midst of desolation. They go to the mall and are as lost as any two mismatched gloves in desolation...

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