Fiction | March 01, 1997

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Just now, Farris is in the computer room showing off a glamour shot of his daughter.  She looks like an ad for an escort service, a ponderous wonderbra-ed decolletage welling up around her feather boa.  There is a stamped foil signature in one corner of the picture.  She is thirteen, and Farris is a proud papa.

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