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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapter 61 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part II - Passing Through Tangiers, France and London: Chapter 61 Summary

The English Bobbies, in their tall Bobby hats, attempt to deny a ragged Duluoz entrance to the country until he is able to prove status of American citizenship. After setting foot on English ground, Duluoz wanders through Chelsea in the foggy night. During the walk, Duluoz spots an old Scot who is the image of Julien in the future, right down to the habit of tweaking his moustache. In SoHo, a group of Moroccan hipsters approaches Duluoz. Duluoz has no idea how the kids recognized him in his ragged clothes carrying the huge rucksack. None of the latest group of admirers has started to write or publish but Duluoz predicts that when they do, the work will top that of the...

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