Robert Herzog — from a work in progress

This is an excerpt from my novel Not Our Fathers’ Dreams. Alexander “Fong” Fongold is about to graduate from a New England liberal arts college, in June, 1968).

The recent June night of 1968 when Fong’s sixties began had actually started off well. Nothing in the day had indicated the night would set courses that veered towards his destruction. Donna was with him, up from Vassar, to celebrate this weekend his soon-to-be, not-entirely-expected graduation.

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