Brazzaville Beach - Three Questions; Fermat's Last Theorem II Summary & Analysis

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Three Questions; Fermat's Last Theorem II Summary

There are only three questions in life, according to Hope. 1) What can I know? 2) What ought I to do? 3) What may I hope for? All religions, philosophies, and ideologies attempt to answer these questions. For John Clearwater, however, the answers are easily given. One can know nothing for sure; one should try not to hurt anyone; and one may only hope for the best. These are not satisfactory answers for Hope, however. John is released from the hospital and comes to the estate at East Knap to stay with Hope for a few days. She is not relishing his presence, but John is convinced that he is cured and will now be able to begin work on something completely new. It seems that, while he was in his "stall," someone else completed his...

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