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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapter 52 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapter 52 Summary

Duluoz puts fear to rest after the storm has passed. The rest of the voyage was smooth and exhilarating. The ship docked on a sunny afternoon in February 1957, revealing the long waited for white rooftops and sand. Spain is visible to the left as well as the hump that leads to the Rock of Gibraltar. Duluoz reviews history and biblical references to the land while the small harbor draws near.

Duluoz has come to Africa to visit a friend, Hubbard. Hubbard is a writer who comes from a family of means and has long suffered from drug addiction. The family sends Hubbard a monthly stipend off of which he can live, until the publication of "Nude Supper", "a book enough to...

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