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"If I chance to talk a little wild, forgive me: I had it from my father."


William Shakespeare, "Henry VIII"

Harry Stone’s life is falling apart. At age forty-four, an English professor, he begins to dress in black and ride motorcycles in the night. After impregnating one of his students, he is forced to resign from the University. Unable to tolerate his strange, sometimes cruel behavior, his wife, Sandy, throws him out of the house. His younger brother Roger, an internist, is puzzled by his actions until he discovers that Harry is suffering from Huntington’s Disease, a rare genetic condition which he, himself, is at risk to develop. Narrated by Roger, Devil’s Dance is ultimately the story of brothers locked in a love-hate relationship under the shadow of this deadly illness.

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