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Summary: Memo and Iris: The Destroyer and the Creator, examines the th9ughts and actions of people who are obsessed with themselves. The theme is self-indulgence and the difficulties of functioning in society when one is self-oriented.
Roy Hobbs joins the New York Knights with nothing standing in his way except for his uncontrollable desire to win, in more aspects of his life than just baseball. Roy has an addiction to self-indulging, which seems to come hand in hand with his irrepressible craving to become the best of the best. As a result of this, Roy is an extremely stubborn person who ignores rejection from the woman he is infatuated with even when it is staring him right in the face. This prevents him from making good decisions in his love life (among other things), and turns out to be the downfall of his baseball career.

Memo Paris is the niece of Pop Fisher, the coach of the New York Knights. Memo has been spoiled all of her life and has been taken care of by either her Uncle or a man named Gus Sands...

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