The Beast In The Jungle Analysis

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“The Beast in the Jungle” portrays the eerie, the unnerving, and the unnatural. Additionally, Marcher’s unwarranted perception of pride, and his habit of talking and thinking about himself unduly this was his beast in the jungle or in other words his ideology, and instead of plunging into life, he lived life on the edge. Consequently, Marcher had a narcissistic personality disorder, and he did not need May stroking his ego, professing to know the truth about his destiny. I think that by during this May kept Marcher coming back. She wanted him, but he was consumed with himself, and this was the only way that she could have him. I guess this story is about feminism in a creepy, disturbing

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