The author chronicles a gripping saga starting from voyaging to Europe just after WW II. Liberated from the confines of same sex boarding schools, many collegiate students socialized with the avant-garde dispositions of their continental compatriots and enjoyed a sanctioned lifestyle. For the ensuing six years friends developed relationships; many become life long commitments.
The reader intimately experiences collegiate life, maturation, and relations while living on the continent. Then after receiving master degrees, ensuing lifetime relations are chronicled from marriage and parenthood to untimely deaths whereupon destiny delivers parentless progeny full circle to a surrogate mother and collegiate friend to be raised into mutuality, disabused of mysticism, and manifest by the parents ' pragmatic, conservative convictions, and political leanings, juxtaposed demagogic liberalism which they reject because historically it destroys the society it professes.
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