Father, Son and The Holy Obit
The story begins with the death of an emotionally and physically abusive father. When his son, Ken—a newspaper columnist—attempts to write his deceased father’s obituary, he is conflicted by his experience of this abusive parent, the experience of others who regarded the father as kindhearted, and his own troubled view of himself as the good son who always does the right thing. How does the good son create an obit that regards his truth and the truth of others, despite the fact that those truths compete as opposites, and on multiple levels?
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