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To be a traveler is to encounter ethical complications, an ever-shifting line of self-definition—Donoghue cites preserving one’s accent—and the realities of being an outsider. There are the transgressions only made possible by distance: sexual, moral, legal.
15 Jan 2013
What's worse than enduring Catherine's selfish, unlikeable characters? The fact that I found myself relating to them.
21 Sep 2011
Much of the driving force of Catherine’s ethics seems to be traditionally moralistic, given its consideration of marriage as the only real means of “taming the dude.”
09 Aug 2011
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