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But if these characters have sunk into a slough of despondency, Prose never leaves them there. Their pain is not a stable foundation; it pushes them to respond in unpredictable ways. The best chapter is one focused on a widower who takes his grandson to see “Mister Monkey.” Still battling “onslaughts of sadness,” this elderly gentleman is fascinated by his grandson’s response to the outrageously bad play, indeed by his grandson’s response to everything. He knows that “his obsession is pitiful, sweet, and sad,” but that only makes the boy more precious to him. Although the action here is small and quiet — a matinee, a train ride home, a dinner — Prose fleshes out the range of a whole world: “the tenderness between generations, one of which has recently entered this life while the other hovers near the exit.” She captures the child’s odd precocity and intermittent love along with the old man’s mingled wisdom and self-pity. In fact, this chapter — a masterful short story, really — is almost too good, in that it casts a shadow over the others, which don’t attain the same level of complexity or poignancy.
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