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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapters 56 - 58 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapters 56 - 58 Summary

Duluoz enjoys the anonymity of Tangiers and goes about the day almost completely unnoticed. It is a refreshing change from Mexico, where eyes are always upon him regardless of the activity. As time wears on, Duluoz has grown tired, not necessarily of Tangiers but of searching the world at large. By the time Irwin and Simon arrive, Duluoz has taken to seeking solitude in the rooftop apartment, reading incessantly and watching the stars.

Much to the dismay of Duluoz, Irwin wanted to see everything Tangiers had to offer. Since Bull was too tired to go out, it was up to Duluoz to go along with his friends, which he did with reluctance. Along the way, Irwin, Simon and Duluoz...

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