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Q: In "The Mark of the Beast," which of the following represents the internal conflict of the story? a. British and Asian cultures b. Fleete and the Silver Man c. Fleete’s friends and the Silver
Man d. narrator is ashamed of his behavior
A: Fleete starts to behave like a man possessed, gnawing raw meat, grovelling in the earth of the garden, and howling like a wolf. The doctor thinks he is dying of rabies, but Strickland knows better. [ [ Only when he and the narrator have captured the leper priest and forced him by torture to remove the spell he has cast on Fleete, does the demented man return to sanity. ] ]
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