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English 1022 Tutorial about "The Horse Dealer's Daughter"

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Department
English
Course
English 1022E
Professor
David Bentley
Semester
Fall

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English Tutorial September 20, 2010 Tutorial on “The Horse Dealer’s Daughter” Jack (Dr. Ferguson) - Fairly average - Husky voice, coarseness, has a cold which is a metaphor for underlying current of passion/emotion - Gives impression that there’s more to Jack than meets the eye - He doesn’t acknowledge Mabels’s presence at their first meeting. - Has a very objective, scholarly view of the world - Sees Mabel as ‘mystical’ and is attracted to her difference - Experiences everything rationally, even when he goes into the water to save Mabel. - Jack is literally out of his element in water, so animalistic tendencies take over his rational tendencies - Out of his element because he can’t swim - No longer able to judge the world rationally - ‘Baptism’ when Jack comes out of the water. He is born again, coming back into the world.
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