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Our instructor has asked us to read Alice Munros "fits" short story, I read it multiple times like 4 times and I'm really confused . Can someone explain what happened in the story cause I'm left with many questions in my mind but no answers . Did peg kill the old couple? How did they die? Did pegs ex husband commit suicide ? Or just leave? I'm really lost and I have tried to find a summary online but still clueless . Please help :)

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  1. I've never read that story, but try this:
    http://www.buriedinprint.com/?p=8669
    Scroll down past the story and read the comments. Sometimes comments help more than someone else's analysis.

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