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iv.Quasimodo, Beauty and the Beast—ugly on the outside, beautiful on the inside. The physical deformity reflects the opposite of the truth. 22.He’s Blind for a Reason, You Know 23.It’s Never Just Heart Disease... 24.…And Rarely Just Illnessa.Not all illnesses are created equal. Tuberculosis occurs frequently; cholera does not because of the reasons belowb.It should be picturesquec.It should be mysterious in origind.It should have strong symbolic or metaphorical possibilitiesi.Tuberculosis—a wasting diseaseii.Physical paralysis can mirror moral, social, spiritual, intellectual, political paralysisiii.Plague: divine wrath; the communal aspect and philosophical possibilities of suffering on a large scale; the isolation an despair created by wholesale destruction; the puniness of humanity in the face of an indifferent natural worldiv.Malaria: means literally “bad air” with the attendant metaphorical possibilities. v.Venereal disease: reflects immorality OR innocence, when the innocent suffer because of another’s immorality; passed on to a spouse or baby, men’s exploitation of womenvi.AIDS: the modern plague. Tendency to lie dormant for years, victims unknowing carriers of death, disproportionately hits young people, poor, etc. An opportunity to show courage and resilience and compassion (or lack of); political and religious anglesvii.The generic fever that carries off a child25. Don’t Read with YourEyesa.You must enter the reality of the book; don’t read from your own fixed position in 2005. Finda reading perspective that allows for sympathy with the historical movement of the story, that understands the text as having been written against its own social, historical, cultural, and personal background.b.We don’t have to accept the values of another culture to sympathetically step into a story and recognize the universal qualities present there. 26.Is He Serious? And Other Ironies
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