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Mina Murray is said to have a "history" that has placed her "far beyond the social pale," it involved her being "ravished by a foreigner" (p. 9, pane 3) and her subsequent divorce. Campion Bond appears to think that Murray's history should allow him to address her as Wilhelmina; Murray insists that Miss Murray is the proper form. Why do you think Bond feels entitled to improper familiarity with Murray because of prior events? Does such cultural judging still occur in today's world? Discuss.

Rosa Coote's school for wayward girls is constructed like an entirely nude young woman in a sexually submissive posture; the entrance is fashioned like a gigantic spanking hand inscribed with the word schadenfreude. What is schadenfreude? Why is that label so appropriate for the school that is run by Rosa Coote?

The supposed antagonist in the graphic novel is the so-called Lord...

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