MARY GAITSKILL'S Tiny Smiling Daddy

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She now despised her father's jokes. This period of her life is when the intimacy with Stew is lost. Later, she "turned into a glum, weird teenager that other kids picked on. She got skinny and ugly."(Gaitskill, 290) The situation gets more complicated when Kitty tells her parents that she is a lesbian...
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Stew is so ashamed of her that he no longer knows how to be close with his daughter. When she is twenty-two, she visits her parents for Christmas and she is beautiful again: "It was a beauty that both offended and titillated his senses."(Gaitskill, 293) Stew wants to be intimate with Kitty but the fact that she is so different holds him back...
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