The short story “You Are Here” by Dana Miltins has a linear plot structure. The flow of the narrative is interrupted at one point when the myth of the python woman Kunyia is presented (ll. 89-100). The story begins with a short introduction, presenting the setting and the characters: a couple living in a caravan in the Australian desert. 

The story then relies on flashbacks to show the conflict between the man and the woman. The man moved away to “try out the world without her” (l. 11), but told her differently: “He told her it was an opportunity to save. For a house, maybe. For the two of them.” (ll. 11-12). This reveals the couple’s differences and communication problems. 

The snake moving through the snakecatcher’s hands “enjoying his touch as if they’re...

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