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Story 230

Story 230: Three by Andrea Lee, from the September 29, 2008 issue of The New Yorker.   This is a strange little story, and I'm still not sure I liked it after having more than a week to ruminate on it. "This is an account of three people who died," it starts.  The Narrator describes the effect each of the three people had on her life and in the process sheds some light on her relationship with her husband and perhaps her dissatisfaction with her own choices.  The author tries to tie it all together at the end, but for some reason it really just didn't click for me.

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