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What Have You Lost? Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 11: pages 120-132 Summary

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Section 11: pages 120-132 Summary

In "Work" by Geoff Rips, the cashier, Angel, at the hardware store stands glumly behind the checkout counter because his register is jammed as customers watch him impatiently. He thinks of how his immigrant grandfather and great uncle pulled nails from boards with their teeth. Now, work means sad-faced Angel waiting for the register to un-jam.

In Andy Young's "Sister," she will realize she has been missing from most of her life, and she will search her body to find the pieces that fit and those that are missing. The author will help her find herself.

In "The Question" by Tony Hoagland, some questions hang in the mind because they have no answer.

In "My Valhalla" by Robert Phillips, the author wants to wander in a collection he calls the Valhalla of Lost Things, rather than any other museum. This collection is always...

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