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What risks are inherent in closing a story like Separating with a question such as "Why?" Can a story about a middle-class suburban family bear the weight of a question like that? What does the young boy mean by that question--and what does his father hear in it?

I don't know what the significance of Why is...the whole story confuses me so much

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    If this is literature, we need the complete title plus the author.

    Sra

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