The Fop's Role in Society

The Fop's Role in Society

Dick, Long John Silver in Stevenson's Treasure Zslaizd. At the other extreme were such idealized objects of pity as Tiny Tim in Dickens's A Christinas Carol.
Such characters evoke ill audiences both fear and its companion, pity-and force them to confront their coinplex feelings about "subhu- man" beings. The evil cripples of the 19th century have their counter- parts in today's horror movies, notably in Goldfinger and other sinister folk in the James Bond movies who use their artificial...

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