Confessions of Julius A.

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 1, 2005 - Humor - 221 pages
The Confessions of Julius A. is written in the form of an autobiography. The main character is an eccentric serving a life sentence for first degree murder, a murder he did not commit. However, he was convicted almost exclusively on his own testimony, and justifiably so as far as he is concerned. Although there are flights of absurdity, it is a serious work in that Julius' delusions represent, in an exaggerated way, the common need to pluck some meaning out of life.

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