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  • Putrescent Stench of Death
    Oct 17, 2004
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      I'm not sure what in the story makes you think the
      father desires only one son...I see nothing in it that
      makes me think he has a favorite. Which of the sons
      would it be?

      Andrew


      --- Robert Benet <pchfk@...> wrote:

      > I argue with you,the narrator describes the
      > eleven distinct personalities and obviously after
      > these,reflect the image of the father as well.In
      > this confrontation "the father" would deepen his
      > self-ricognition year after year,never getting
      > bored.But only one of the eleven sons may permit his
      > desire came true.Therefore He desires this
      > son,because this "father" trust in the natural and
      > in the supernatural.
      >
      >
      > R.B
      > Putrescent Stench of Death
      > <putrescent_stench@...> wrote:Personally I
      > find it hard to chose a favorite from the
      > eleven sons. Each one is beautiful and flawed in his
      > own way. I think the point of the story was to
      > describe eleven distinct personalities, and possibly
      > the personality of the narrator/father as well.
      >
      > Andrew
      >
      >
      > --- Robert Benet <pchfk@...> wrote:
      >
      > > Hello.I am reading the short stories from "The
      > > country doctor".I think that a short narrative
      > like
      > > :"eleven sons" may serve us to create a simple
      > > pool.In this way we can see who would have been
      > the
      > > most favorite son,as we have an approfondite
      > > approuche of this "father" about every son.I
      > think
      > > it can be an easy way for us to choose,but
      > > preferibly only one from the eleven sons. R.B
      > >
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      > All these buildings. What did Talbert want to
      > do--sodomize the Festival Hall?
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