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  • He was torn between admitting that he once ripped out a photo of a woman in one of the fashion magazines she used to subscribe to or saying that he really hadn’t lost the sweater-vest she bought him for their third wedding anniversary but had exchanged it for cash at Filene’s.
  • The vest depressed him. “My wife gave me a sweater-vest for our anniversary,” he complained to the bartender, his head heavy with cognac. “What do you expect?” the bartender had replied. “You’re married.”
  • He told Shoba about the sweater on the third night, the picture on the fourth. She said nothing as he spoke, expressed no protest or reproach. 
  • She simply listened, and then she took his hand, pressing it as she had before.  On the third night, she told him that once after a lecture they’d attended, she let him speak to the chairman of his department without telling him that he had a dab of pâté on his chin.
  • She’d been irritated with him for some reason, and so she’d let him go on and on, about securing his fellowship for the following semester, without putting a finger to her own chin as a signal.
  •  The fourth night, she said that she never liked the one poem he’d ever published in his life, in a literary magazine in Utah.
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