By Jenny McPhee
Exhausted via fascism and the second one international battle, Dante reveals safe haven within the desire provided by way of the resurgent cinema, by means of American literature, and, specifically, by means of the pragmatic optimism and sexual strength of his American fanatics. yet after a long time of suffering to shield the fallibility of his paintings, his state, his kin, and his personal humanity, he continues to be confident that the easiest expression of wish is to renounce his lifestyles. The query for Dante is: Can Gladys and Prudence swap his brain? Will he permit them?
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