“Him, or ‘Him’ ?” / Memorable Fancies #1046

[“She was fond not of him but of the abstract notion that, to her, meant ‘him.’” – Donald Barthelme]

       It took her several years to realize that “Herbert” was not the same as Herbert, and that “Herbert” had appeared only in her dreams, and then only to help wash the dinner dishes and not bother her for sex too often.

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THE PITCH

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