By M. Garavaglia
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She Page 31 didn't know what to make of her father's emotional lability. Geriatric theory would have her write it off as symptomatic of chemical and physical alterations in his brain, signifying nothing but the advancing dementia. But, somehow, that explanation didn't seem to her quite sufficient. Clearly he wasn't at the moment aware of her. Like finding no reflection in a mirror, this set off an unpleasant shiver, and she had the childish impulse to do something outrageous to claim his attentionjump up and down and make faces; shatter some object or break some rule.
Perfect, Paul! ' Faye whispered to Marshall, 'We can do better than that, you and me,' and very softly blew into his ear. Mortified to discover himself hardening for her, and to feel the extent of his terror, he cried out (he did not mean to say her name again, but nothing else would show his desire and his fear; maybe he didn't say her name). His daughter reached to hug him, and he held on. 'It is fun, isn't it, Dad? ' Sometime later (or earlier, or in a different time sequence, or outside time altogether, or in memory, or in a kind of foretelling), Marshall found himself poised in front of a Page 19 mostly white wall.
If he could take care of himself he wouldn't be in such a place,' she kept saying. 'If I could take care of him at home, I would. ' His eyes were bulging now, and he was drooling. Page 37 Hastily Rebecca folded up the report and slipped it into her briefcase. It obviously wasn't going to be feasible for her to get any work done while she kept her father company; she'd have to talk to her mother about it, a prospect which made her stomach ache with dread. She went to him, took his hands. ' He couldn't tell her.