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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 64 - 67 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 64 - 67 Summary

Duluoz goes into great detail regarding the relationship with his mother. While Freud and others think such a close relationship is a cause for alarm, Duluoz sees it as paying homage to the woman who gave him life and took care of him ever since that day. Angie Duluoz is portrayed as a saintly woman who is utterly devoted to her family and doing everything she can to make sure everyone is well taken care of and happy.

Duluoz continues the defense of his mother, point out that her skirt was never torn in despair nor did she harp about the things he felt inclined to do. Duluoz declares a personal war with anyone who finds this situation unhealthy.

Duluoz knows that the...

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