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Rivers or Harris is the first hint that two realities may be unfolding simultaneously. Rivers both is and is not on the ship. Everything is fine, and everyone is dying, two equal possibilities held in uncertain balance.

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With the possibilities presented, the story can be one of hope, or one of despair. Wallace handles both subtly, leaving it up to the reader to choose their own meaning. Fannie Lou Mason, which closes out the collection. Walter knows the system is rigged against him. The next morning, he wakes to find the three-legged rat staring at him, and talking to him. The rat invites him to play white , telling Walter he has to acquiesce , and everything will be okay. Walter is justifiably freaked out and flees his apartment. Outside, looking ragged and disheveled from his harrowing experience, Walter sees a white woman trip.

When he tries to help her up, she screams and accuses him of trying to rob her. After finally convincing the police to let him go, without an apology of course, Walter returns home to find the rat waiting for him.

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The encounter works a kind of sympathetic magic, but not the best kind. Walter finds a job as a doorman, but as the rat implied with his invitation, it means giving in. Walter has to conform to the racist system, or let it tear him apart. It pulls no punches in pointing out the inequalities built into the system, as well as pointing out the privilege white people have in being blind to them. A Good Home , which appeared in the People of Colo u r Destroy Science Fiction issue of Lightspeed Magazine, is the story of a Tawn, a veteran who takes a decommissioned android designed for war into his home.

Mark, as the android is called, refuses to speak. A Good Home is a story about survivors, and about the casualties of conflict who must go on living every day in a world that no longer needs them, and would prefer not to see them as they are a reminder of the inconvenient truths of violence and war. Irene suffers from sleep paralysis. As a child, she wakes one night, helpless and unable to move, and sees the face of her neighbor, Mr.

Botello, at her window. He speaks to her of hunger before vanishing, leaving an eerie imprint of his face behind. In the morning, they learn that he murdered his wife and child before killing himself. As an adult, Irene sees a trailer for a movie called The Famine King while sitting in the bar where her friend Az works. At the library where Irene works, people come in droves to check out books on the wendigo and cannibalism, inspired by the movie.

In , the Fiddler brothers were famous, one for butchering his wife and children for meat, the other for strangling people he believed to be wendigos, starting with his wife. Irene herself repeatedly dreams of being strangled, and dreams of the ghost of Mr.

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The fascination with cannibalism spills over into the real world. A woman is attacked in a bus shelter, with the implication that the man who attacked her bit her ear. Irene starved her with a need for attention, for comfort, and literally through breastfeeding as a baby until her mother had nothing left for herself and died.

Hunger, devouring, and consumption echo throughout the story to chilling effect. The idea of sacrifice, willing and not, plays out in the story, as well. A cow has no choice about becoming meat, but what about a willing human?

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