Holy Lands - Section 10, pages 110 – 122 Summary & Analysis

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From David Rosenmerck to Harry Rosenmerck – New York, July 4, 2009. David asks Harry to remember a trip they took as a family to Botswana, just before the divorce and in response to Harry’s belief that his children should see a different part of the world. He describes how they looked out at a river that, as a result of “a geological accident” (110), was detoured, and never got to the sea. He then describes waking up from a dream of that river, feeling like he was that river “that never finds the sea. That spills out into the desert” (110). He then says that his truth, the gifts of his life, have to do with the faces and presence of men instead of women, and that “it’s next to a body like mine that I just woke up in tears” (111). He says that he...

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