Democracy

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Inez Christian is the wife of a man who wants to be the President of America. She is also the lover of another, who inhabits that mirror world in which national, business and intelligence interests merge. The story moves from Inez's Hawaiian childhood to the smoke-filled rooms of city powerbrokers.

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scottiechris

Aug 9, 2010

A haunting Story

I have read Democracy several times over the years and I'm always impressed with new things I find in it. And it is pretty phenomenal how much Didion can convey with relatively few words. But what I really love about this novel is the way I feel as Didion gets me to piece together almost with her the story of Inez and Jack. There is this haunting sense of both personal alienation and dissolutionment in a world and time that promised so much and delivered something else. And is this betrayal merely around us or is it in us? But for a few brief shining moments, jack and Inez do dare to try to put it together and that is so cool.

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