The fly hears the expression 'he has a face like a dead fly'. She opens her eyes and thinks: “What is it like to have the face of a dead fly? Who has the face of a dead fly? Who is the dead fly? Am I the dead fly?” After practicing different faces, the fly finds a perfect dead fly face. But does the fly understand what it means to 'have the face of a dead fly'?
- story: 48 pages
- written in present tense
- the story is told in the first person singular
- contains a glossary French-English
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