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SECONDHAND HEART BY DAPHNE STRASERT
Sound:CLICK OF A TAPE RECORDER, BURST OF STATIC
Dr. Artz:(MONOTONE, BORED) August fourth, two-thousand-seventeen. Doctor Hugh Artz, attending psychiatrist. Patient Delilah Bunker.
Sound:CLICK OF A TAPE RECORDER
Delilah:(RAMBLING) It’s stupid—really—and I know that it’s crazy—
Dr. Artz:It’s not crazy if it seems real to you.
Delilah:You say that, but I don’t feel right. I feel like… (HUFF) I live alone, you know? But I keep finding things in places that I didn’t leave them. Like, my hair brush in the dishwasher or the salt and pepper shakers in the freezer.
Sound:PAPERS SHUFFLING, CLICK OF A PEN
Dr. Artz:How long has this been happening?
Delilah:Ever since the surgery.
Dr. Artz:(CONFIRMING) The heart transplant?
Dr. Artz:It is normal for patients to feel anxiety after a major operation, especially…
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