Jackson Donne is as flawed a PI as they come without being a cliche.
The novel begins as Donne is about ready to give up the p.i. game and go to college (Rutgers).
According to the re-writer: "In my opinion Donne translates into Finnish clumsily and poorly—all the subtlety is gone, and whereas the original is coy and veiledly risqué, the end result in Finnish is jarringly vulgar."
My dear old friend Donne is lecturing on Shakespeare, and I have heard him, these last two times.
Incarnation in Donne as seen by Brooks), and it is the version he comes closest to accepting.