This character drops out of much of the plot, particularly in the middle of the novel. He uses his various connections to make his way out of the United States and into Mexico.
This character in the novel represents the medical establishment, particularly that of psychiatry, that became prominent in the 1950s. For the most part, this character’s research and interests relate to controlling the masses through elaborate systems of manipulation, both chemical and social.
This character in the novel represents the pure scientist who does not think of the consequences of his actions, but instead follows his theories to their fullest potential without considering the human element of his research. His experiments end up destroying a person and turning him into a monster.
This character is one of the many drug addicts whose experience is used as an...
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