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strongly attracted


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filled with wonder and delight

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Both Matthew and William depict the Wandering Jew legend in ways that emphasize not his movement--his "wandering"--but the temporal stasis brought on by Christ's curse.
2) For all that Norton purports to be interested in fate and destiny, his paternalistic dream presupposes a kind of temporal stasis, preserving the misery of the past so that he might always alleviate it.
The comparison suggests that Norton is no Percival or Fisher King but rather a symbol of degraded modernity akin to the Rag--which would ironically contravene Norton's desires for temporal stasis and purity.
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