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This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (December 2015)
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- "What It Means When a Crowd in a Faraway Nation Takes a Soldier Representing Your Own Nation, Shoots Him, Drags Him from His Vehicle and Then Mutilates Him in the Dust," originally published in The Guardian
- "The Only Meaning of the Oil-wet Water," originally published in Zoetrope All-Story
- "On Wanting to Have Three Walls up Before She Gets Home," originally published in The Guardian
- "Climbing to the Window, Pretending to Dance," originally published in The New Yorker in a slightly different form as "Measuring the Jump"
- "She Waits, Seething, Blooming," originally published in The Guardian
- "Your Mother and I," originally published in h2s04
- "Naveed," originally published in The Guardian
- "Notes for a Story of a Man Who Will Not Die Alone," originally published in another form in Ninth Letter
- "About the Man Who Began Flying After Meeting Her," originally published in The Guardian
- "Up the Mountain Coming Down Slowly," originally published in McSweeney's #10
- "There Are Some Things He Should Keep to Himself"
- "When They Learned to Yelp"
- "After I Was Thrown in the River and Before I Drowned," originally published in Speaking with the Angel
"There Are Some Things He Should Keep to Himself," which consists solely of five blank pages, is not included in the paperback edition.
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