What to Expect

What to Expect Robin Romm Photo by François Karm ( f ic t i o n ) Three am, four am, the inky blot of time between night and dawn, she sat up in bed covered in sweat. There were no dreams to blame. She’d stopped dreaming. It was like her body knew she no longer needed to dream, that she had stepped into a reality more surreal. e b Th aby could be retarded. e b Th aby could be autistic. The baby could have a congenital defect, faulty DNA. The baby could have a less determinate problem— could be mean or exhausting or ugly. Really, this baby could be anybody. S u m m e R 2 0 1 5 / T H e m I S S O u R I R e V I e W 111 e d Th onor Emily had picked was of Italian descent with “thick, dark hair and a lean, athletic build.” He had gone to an Ivy League college before getting a law degree. When she added him to her list of favorites, an alert came up that supply was limited. She clicked the question mark, and a small box informed her http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

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Abstract

Robin Romm Photo by François Karm ( f ic t i o n ) Three am, four am, the inky blot of time between night and dawn, she sat up in bed covered in sweat. There were no dreams to blame. She’d stopped dreaming. It was like her body knew she no longer needed to dream, that she had stepped into a reality more surreal. e b Th aby could be retarded. e b Th aby could be autistic. The baby could have a congenital defect, faulty DNA. The baby could have a less determinate problem— could be mean or exhausting or ugly. Really, this baby could be anybody. S u m m e R 2 0 1 5 / T H e m I S S O u R I R e V I e W 111 e d Th onor Emily had picked was of Italian descent with “thick, dark hair and a lean, athletic build.” He had gone to an Ivy League college before getting a law degree. When she added him to her list of favorites, an alert came up that supply was limited. She clicked the question mark, and a small box informed her

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The Missouri ReviewUniversity of Missouri

Published: Jun 24, 2015

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