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Its not strange that everybody has some shape of heart about love Since we are human beings we have to feel various feelings Whether its serious or not everyone has room for love in their heart David Updikes short story Summer is a love story with little drama or complication At the beginning of the story David Updike described the setting and general atmosphere of a summer morning Homer visited his friends town at that summer and met Sandra who is his friends sister Once he saw Sandra he was attracted by her beauty and loved her at first sight While he was there they visited some places and became friendlier with each other According to the story Sandra fells in love with Homer as well I feel sorry for them when I read the paragraph Homer saw in its sullen shadows a girl sitting alone in a canoe and in an eternal melancholy signal of parting she waved to them as they passed Even though they knew they love each other they stored their love inside of their hearts without saying a word Both of them know that they would be parted when the time comes Its sure that Homer would have to go back one day and if they love each other openly itll be very difficult to part Thats why Homer didnt tell Sandra how much he loves her even if he could get a chance to tell Sandra David Updike described very good ending on this story because if Homer and Sandra openly acknowledge their feelings for each other and kissed at the end the feeling of this story will stop for the audience The audience feel something like upset or pity on them because they didnt do like that They wish these two characters happy and love each other but the author ended the story like this After reading this story I feel that
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