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If he catches a cold, he won't be able to sing. He thinks of the space between the water and the ice, of the trapped air, the fish with no way to escape but Hugo's bread-baited hook. He tries to pull his hand free from his father. His underwear pants, the one condition Rayanne exacts of him for going to the choir school, sag. She is waiting dinner on them but Hugo decides to go straight to the lake. Page 25 For a Good Time Call Matthew Page 27 Matthew is twenty, twenty-one, weighs the same, Jeannie thinks, watching him stripped to the waist, mowing the neighborhood lawns.
Page 17 Finally she says, "Please, please. Perhaps Denny will oblige us with another number? " Denny senses the response is to a game, an answer to the folly of Mrs. Hutson's putting a question to the pit, the knowledge classes will be delayed. There is pleasure, though, in his being the cause of pleasure. Mrs. Hutson whispers him off the stage to the piano. " She has not had time to instruct him in the elocution, in the inane gestures of grade-school performance. She has to make up for it by explaining the words.
She watches the skin goose pimple from the cool boric acid. She admires the power of the flesh to heal, to reduce someday the rickrack of the stitches to a thin white scar. She wonders why the heart is so unsteady, so violent in its desire to enshrine wounds, systematically cataloguing them for future resentments. Her eyes, as if on stems, periscopes attached to her sexual longing and emptiness, stare as if from a great distance at Matthew's groin, thrilling, as she had as a girl, at the difference between men and women.