Raymond Carver's 'Jerry And Molly And Sam'
According to Stephanie Harrison, editor of the Adaptations she mentions that “[t]he problems of fidelity can be illustrated by ‘jerry And Molly and Sam’” (6). This is important because throughout the story Al is unfaithful. While Al was at work he meets Jill and he is “having an affair [with her]… and he [doesn’t] know what to do about it” (Carver 16). This significant because this shows that he is being unfaithful with his wife and it also shows that he doesn’t really care about what his wife thinks. In the film version of the story, Al says “there are too many women in my life” (Jerry and Molly and Sam). This is shows that Al has many women in his life besides his wife. Al’s depression leads him to have an affair with