In the process he learns how to reenter human society.
Sometimes he is a writer, sometimes he is a sculptor:
Four stages in the evolution of the ego can be identified:
I matched with a year-old guy and we ended up having sex in the woods near his house.
On this special day, we skip past our typical playful introduction and instead focus the scene on passion and romance.
The gentle librarian of The Abortion has his needs met by some unseen force in the beginning of the story; Foster brings him food, and his pay arrives, mysteriously though irregularly, from the America Forever, Etc.
In contrast to the poetics of the traditional love stories, Brautigan in his novel The Abortion does not focus on the depiction and development of the love relationship between these two lovers, emotions or some cheesy pick up lines relationships, but through his untraditional depiction of the love relationship one of the novel's themes is criticism of the materialist and consumer society and a symbolic celebration of the human imagination and spiritual freedom.