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"Thick, fresh blood poured down Rawhead's throat; he gulped it greedily...This was only the first of many meals he would take; he'd gorge on anything that took his fancy...And when he was ready he'd...cremate them in their houses...slaughter their children and wear their infants' bowels as necklaces..[The] earth...was his, and nobody would take it from him."

"(Simon) Legree is introduced...for...bringing to the minds of honourable Southern men...a very important feature in the system of slavery...: that no Southern law requires any test of CHARACTER from the man to whom the absolute power of master is granted."
Harriet Beecher Stowe, A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin (can be found here)
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Before video games, movies, and television showed up, many forms of short stories and novels provided multiple kinds of twisted, abhorrent characters that are still remembered to this day.


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