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Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket
The Story of an Hour (Short Story)

In Contents of a Dead Man's Pocket when does Tom start to worry?


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Answered 2008-01-27 05:26:07

Tom begins to worry when his yellow sheet of all of his ideas flies out of the window.

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when tom burts threw the window not knowing if he might break it or fall.


the climax is when tom burst though the window not knowing he will break the window or not



the antagonist is probably toms yellow paperwind, ledge, paper


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Don't take people in your life for granted and relationships are more important than work.



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