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Can you see how this fiction is not only telling a compelling story (who could ignore a baby with cancer?) but also telling a story about telling a story?
If you wish, you could compare this story to one of the others ("You're Ugly, Too" or "How to Become a Writer") in our anthology. What can you observe more broadly about Moore's writing moves?