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-Jean-Benard Desjardins is one of the critics analyzing [[s/​straka|Straka'​s]] works. He had a close friendship with Eric and helped him obtain certain files and items from Straka and the people related to him.  He was married to Signe Rabe on December 1, 1952 when she was 22.  She died after a long illness in 1956. He eventually died by falling, ​in a manner similar to Straka. Eric attends his funeral in Paris, France. ​He fell from a balcony at the Hotel Des Deux Martres, ​although ​it is unsure if it was the same room as Ekstrom (page 110).+Jean-Benard Desjardins is one of the critics analyzing [[s/​straka|Straka'​s]] works. He had a close friendship with Eric and helped him obtain certain files and items from Straka and the people related to him.  He was married to Signe Rabe on December 1, 1952when she was 22.  She later died after a long suffered ​illness in 1956. He later fell to his death in a manner similar to Straka. Eric attends his funeral in Paris, France. ​Though he fell from a balcony at the Hotel Des Deux Martres, it is unsure if it was the from same room as Ekstrom (page 110).
  
-Desjardins ​tends to believe that Ekstrom was Straka or was definitely ​very connected to him (page 86).+Desjardins ​tended ​to believe that Ekstrom ​either ​was Straka or was very close with him (page 86).
  
-Desjardins was once Professor Moody'​s thesis advisor. However, they were then estranged because something went bad between them ((page 108)).+Desjardins was once Professor Moody'​s thesis advisor. However, they were then estranged because something went amiss between them ((page 108)). ​
  
-Desjardins reveals to Eric that one of his books disappeared. It was a story called ​"L'​Esse." ​Jen believes that L'Esse may have been one of Sobreiro'​s tales (150).+"​There'​s somethin'​ happenin'​ here. What it is ain't exactly clear."​-- Buffalo Springfield. 
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 +Desjardins reveals to Eric that one of his books disappeared. It was a story called ​//L'Esse//. Jen believes that //L'Esse// may have been one of Sobreiro'​s tales (150).
  
  
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