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McTeague P&P MAIN Mac, Trina, Marcus MAIN Elizabeth and Darcy SUB Grannis and Miss Baker SUB Wickham and Lydia Draws the reader in (?) SUB Wickham and Darcy Contrast the other characters/plot SUB Jane and Bingley SUB Maria and Zerkow SUB Inheritance Parallels main plot Foreshadows Greed/Miserliness Reinforcing the deterministic Biology Determines Psychology (Zerkow-Jew) SUB Alexander and the Collie No difference in humans/animals Ironically, animals less animalistic than humans Engages reader with guilt Allegory vs. Symbolism Bartelby- Rejects society/non-conformist; Wall Street (rejects law/money) Society crushes non-conformists (Symoblic?) unconscious/day dreamer frustrated writer (Melville) Alienated worker/laborer YGB- Young and naïve about evil, Puritan (Symbolic character) Sensual Metaphor Baretlby- Dead Letter Metaphor Had potential to be good; lost opportunity HLWE- Feelings towards baby White elephant gift- that which is worthless or unwanted India- valuable, sacred, rare Realism Romance Less Disbelief
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