Imagination is not enough

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Martin Dressler, the protagonist of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, anchors a fable about entrepreneurship, ambition, and vision. Daniel Akst writes that the character, a hotelier and real estate developer, provides a cautionary tale for those who seek to build their own worlds.

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Martin Dressler, the protagonist of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, anchors a fable about entrepreneurship, ambition, and vision. Daniel Akst writes that the character, a hotelier and real estate developer, provides a cautionary tale for those who seek to build their own worlds.

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