'Passage' is the life story of a 500-year-old man and at the same time a history of the New World. The story is told by a hero in the first person during the course of five nights. His narrative takes the form of a confession to a Franciscan friar, who finds a box with the mummified old man deposited on his doorstep in New York.
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