Before the latest reunion of his circle of university friends who have gathered periodically to renew acquaintance since their graduation over thirty years ago, Tony Rocco is asked to deliver a eulogy of the friend whom this group has come to regard with unusual respect and admiration for his humanity, professionalism and personal probity. As Tony visits members of the group of his college contemporaries to gather impressions and feelings to use in his eulogy, he discovers some surprising things about his youthful friends and manages to resolve a dilemma which has brought him to the brink of destroying his marriage and escaping to the uncertainty of a financially desperate and lonely life.
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