Garrigue, Jean
September 1952
New Republic;9/22/52, Vol. 127 Issue 12, p29
The article introduces a novel "The Man Who Went Away" by Themistocles Hoetis. It is about the central character Alex, who takes the Rimbaud journey that begins with North Africa. Alex doesn't know what he is doing. Part of the journey may be, it is suggested, via routes of drugs or mysticism. Alex starts out for the journey to those laps and cradles of civilization, the Upper Nile, perhaps the deepest Africa, India, that will either awake him from his illness or render him up to it completely.


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