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The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue Symbols & Objects

Mackenzi Lee
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Monty

Monty represents the struggles of those in high society. It is easy to assume that rich people have an easy life. While this is true in some ways, Monty’s life shows the pressure people like him are under on a daily basis. Everything he does and says is scrutinized. He is constantly in danger of losing his father’s fortune just for thinking or acting in a way that is considered immoral. The constant fear of not meeting expectations makes it difficult for many in the high class (especially the children of rich parents) to find their own path.

Percy

Percy represents the struggles of minorities and racism against them. The reader knows Percy as a kind, creative, and generous soul who loves music and wants the earn the favor of his family. Yet, he is plagued by bigotry and talked down to by everyone...

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