"THE ASSISTANT" MALAMUD (end of 3rd chapter)

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Title: "THE ASSISTANT" MALAMUD (end of 3rd chapter)
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Date: November 8, 1999
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This is Frank's nous that expresses itself, but he quickly gives way to his desire: "The excitement of what he might see forced him to go up". All these clues that are given to the reader show Frank Alpine's complexity, his contradictions, even if he is aware of the potential problem that could bring his deeds, he can't help performing them...
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Throughout the novel Frank transforms into a good guy, and this event appear as a stage that he has to go through in order to prevail at last. Another contradiction in Frank's feelings is obvious about his sentiments toward Helen, he seems to be torn between love and sexual desire...
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