Bird #2020

Bird By F.C. Malby Bird The characters in this story are a Mother with dementia her daughter caring for her and a bird What do they have in common They are all trapped in their own cage Bird is a beautifully written poigna
  • Title: Bird
  • Author: F.C. Malby
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  • Page: 265
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  • Bird By F.C. Malby
    Bird By F.C. Malby The characters in this story are a Mother with dementia, her daughter caring for her and a bird What do they have in common They are all trapped in their own cage Bird is a beautifully written, poignant story It tells about the loneliness and the feeling of helplessness when caring for someone with dementia t also tells about the desire to be released from the cagThe characters in this story are a Mother with dementia, her daughter caring for her and a bird What do they have in common They are all trapped in their own cage Bird is a beautifully written, poignant story It tells about the loneliness and the feeling of helplessness when caring for someone with dementia t also tells about the desire to be released from the cage and yet either you can t or you decide to stay.
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    About “F.C. Malby

    • F.C. Malby

      F.C Malby grew up in East Anglia and has taught English in the Czech Republic, the Philippines and London She gained a First Class BA Ed Honours Degree in Geography and Education, and became a teacher and a photographer Her first novel, Take Me to the Castle, published in December 2012, won The People s Book Awards 2013 Her short story publications include The Bench, Blood Red and Bird Her short fiction has been longlisted in The New Writer Annual Prose and Poetry Prizes, and won a Litro Magazine competition Her short fiction is also published online in Litro Magazine, Ether Books, 1000 Words, Flash Flood Journal and The Puffin Review.

    347 thoughts on “Bird

    • Grief never ends, notwithstanding a person s outward appearances In Bird, the mother displays her outward telephone personality and then withdraws to her private bitterness and irritability The anguish lurks like an intruding squatter in the heart of this suffering individual Like a virus, it spreads to affect her daughter, who has her own heartache to bear Fiona Malby has done a marvelous job of capturing the aspects of grief in her well paced short story Sentences flow smoothly like her metaph [...]


    • In this short story a daughter, her mother, who may be ill, maybe depressed, but is definitely cranky and a bird in a cage share a house This story could have happened in any era as no reference to time Everyone is free to leave The daughter stays to care for the mother The bird stays out of spite and the mother just staysParental roles are so often reversed with the child stepping up to care for the aging parent it is a story many can relate to.


    • The characters in this story are a Mother with dementia, her daughter caring for her and a bird What do they have in common They are all trapped in their own cage Bird is a beautifully written, poignant story It tells about the loneliness and the feeling of helplessness when caring for someone with dementia t also tells about the desire to be released from the cage and yet either you can t or you decide to stay.


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