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The projection of self

The projection of self - 'sdualnature. . .Clyde'

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The projection of self-interest springs from man's dual nature. Titus is torn between his grief for his  daughter and his desire for revenge. Mason is torn between commiseration for the Aldens and  political profit for himself. Clyde's near derangement is an outgrowth of his confusion as to his guilt or  innocence. He believes that he did experience a last-minute change of heart, but he does not place  that  moment  in the water; conveniently, he places it in the boat  — before  the accident. He uses  public incredulity and fear of losing Sondra as rationalizations for his crime-fleeing instinct. Whatever  peace of mind he attains through this mental block, he contrarily thinks that had he been calm and  civil to the hunters, they could not suspect him for "the murderer that he was." He is torn between  remaining at the Harriets' with Sondra and returning to the Cranston's lodge; between waiting for 
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