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in the mark of the beast the englishmen make a cultural allusion when they mention what?
The encounter between Fleete and Hanuman's idol is suggestive of the primal encounter of colonizer and colonized, of Englishman and Indian, of East and West. [ Fleete is scarcely given any character traits at all, but is described primarily in terms of his Englishness and his ignorance of India, while Hanuman evokes precisely the mysterious and alien quality of India. The narrator characterizes
the encounter between Fleete and Hanuman in terms of a clash of ideologies; ]
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