The Beast in the Jungle

“disconcerted almost equally by the presence of those who knew too much and by that of those who knew nothing.”

Marcher seems to be someone who has a lot of friends, however, the first paragraph of the story suggests something about him that might say otherwise later on in the story. What Marcher says suggests that he doesn’t think he’s always noticed and gets lost in the crowd, yet he also feels that he stands apart from everyone else and isn’t quite at ease in the above quote.

 

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