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Virgins are people, too! (Encore)

What? Virgins are people, too? Of course they are! They’re also a primary category in my conglomerated approach to the characters of popular fiction: Villains, Virgins, and Vigilantes. Who could take a look at dear, sweet Nell — Dudley Do-Right’s … Continue reading

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Villains, Virgins and Vigilantes

For my purposes, “virgins” should probably be replaced by “victims,” but the former is more fun, so I’ll stick with it, though I may revert to using the more correct designation later. Be warned! What makes popular fiction popular? Is … Continue reading

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