“Of course he will," said Domenica. "Bertie will be fine. That little boy has a heart, and a head, in the right place. He represents goodness, I think. He represents innocence, and innocence has taken such a profound battering in our times. We have mocked it. We have sullied it. We have put it in intensive care, and frankly, I don't see how it can survive. And yet here and there one sees flickers of its light - just flickers. And so we know that innocence isn't entirely dead.”
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