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The attacker, Jerry, eventually kills the woman in a jealous rage before rejoining his friend, Bill. It is not only tears but emotion in general that Lish cut from the stories. By omitting reactions to shocking or otherwise moving events, we leave characters not at their first stage of repentance or with the beginnings of hope, but at the very nadir of their suffering.
He gets up and has a shower. I had to keep still a while longer, keep my eyes out there, outside the house as long as there was something left to see.
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Mel the renamed Herb tells a stripped-down version of the car crash story, and before long we are reminded that the gin is still making its way around the room. The only things to which they can turn are alcohol, silence or, as we have seen elsewhere in the collection, violence. We find that Mel and the others are grounded by their miscomprehensions of love, unable to do anything at all.
Terri just sat there.
She did not get up to get anything … I could hear the human noise we sat there making, not one of us moving, not even when the room went dark. Lish gave the collection high style, and in doing so he crafted succinct and well-polished stories; however this came at the expense, as we shall discover, of a narrative device retained only in the original drafts—one which Carver would go on to employ masterfully in subsequent collections. We see that, above all, Carver had drafted stories of faint hope, scattering tiny fragments of light among otherwise monotonous lives.
One can imagine that these faint rays of optimism were precisely the kind that drove Carver out of his poor existence and, eventually, out from under his alcoholism. There are no surprises here; the style is that which is used throughout What We Talk About : short sections, short paragraphs and short sentences.
Lish made very few changes to these three stories. Some sentences are cut and others reshaped, but the latter versions are generally no shorter than the originals, with the style of narration retained in each case. From my hotel room window I can look out and see much of this gray Midwestern city; just now, lights are coming on here and there in some of the buildings, and smoke from the tall stacks at the edge of the town is rising in a slow thick climb into the darkening sky.
The narrator is playful, indulgent in detail, and at times almost whimsical:. From my hotel window I can see too much of this Midwestern city. I can see lights coming on in some of the buildings, smoke from the tall stacks rising in a thick climb. For a minute I stood there and wished I could get back that time.
I liked this barber. But when I came in for a haircut, he knew me. He knew I used to fish. The narrators of What We Talk About , whether first or third person, are virtually indistinct from one another in their delivery. Because of this, the collection appears to speak with one voice, of one place, coiling itself around one particular theme. Besides variation, as has already been hinted, what marks Beginners as distinct from What We Talk About is detail. Later, when we meet a man called Sam Lawton, Nancy gives us a long history of his life, including an anecdote of when she had seen his albino baby.
No time at all indeed. Soon after, Scotty is hit by a car and taken to hospital where he falls into a coma. The anxious parents fret over his condition. Back at the hospital, Scotty is still unconscious. The father returns and tells his wife, Ann, to get some rest. She does, but not before encountering a couple who are at the hospital for their own son, Nelson, who too is in a critical condition. The mother of the family mistakes Ann for a doctor and begins pleading with her for news.