A Tale

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He is uncaring and has no respect for life. This is especially apparent when he cold-heartedly runs down an innocent child with his carriage. "But for the latter inconvenience, the carriage would probably not have stopped; carriages were often known to drive on, and leave their wounded behind, and why not?" In payment for the inconvenience, Monseigneur throws a single coin to the child's parent...
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How well this personifies exactly how cold and unsympathetic too many of the aristocracy had become. Dickens has nothing but scorn for the high-handed behavior of the nobility, with their lack of faith, their selfishness, and their distance from reality. But Dickens' all-seeing eye then rivets on the commoners, whom he likens to animals: "The rats had crept out of their holes to look on, and they remained looking on for hours...
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