Fifth Business

describe Dunstan's attitude concerning Eisengrim and his troupe one month after joining them?

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Unable to resist this adventure despite being fifty years old, Dunstan decides to join Eisengrim’s carnival of magic. During this period, Dunstan undergoes an existential rebirth. Liesl becomes his therapist, guiding him to explore the darker recesses of his soul, the parts of himself that Dunstan previously ran from.

He also takes a firm hand in helping the company develop Paul's magic show, including the Brazen Head, a floating head which answers audience questions. Meanwhile, Dunstan falls into a juvenile affection for the young showgirl Faustina, who he is assumes is sleeping with Paul. Dunstan is even more disappointed to accidentally find Faustina and Liesl making love one day.