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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapters 50 - 51 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapters 50 - 51 Summary

While on the S.S. Slovenia, Duluoz has a lot of time to ponder his next move. This trip seems to be Duluoz's "complete turningabout", changing a previous sense of adventure into complete nausea concerning the world at large. The melancholy increases as the ship enters into a turbulent storm, locking down everything for several days. Duluoz reasons that it would have been better to get a home where he could live with his mother, play with house pets, drink wine, and live quiet. The storm clears and the ship continues its journey to Africa.

The freighter was out to sea for ten days, slowly making its way to Africa. The long, drawn out trip allows Duluoz to write...

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