After Many a Summer Dies the Swan by Aldous Huxley

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What happens to Pordage at the end of the book?

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After Many a Summer Dies the Swan, by Aldous Huxley , is written from the viewpoint of the character Jeremy Pordage. He is an English scholar of upper-class pedigree who as an outsider looks upon the vulgarity and ostentation of California society from an almost anthropological perspective. Hired to catalog valuable manuscripts...

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