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Explain Zastrozzi's obsession with Verezzi, and his decision to let Verezzi go at the...

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pashti | Student, Undergraduate | Valedictorian

Posted June 13, 2013 at 12:07 AM via web

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Explain Zastrozzi's obsession with Verezzi, and his decision to let Verezzi go at the end of Zastrozzi: The Master of Dicipline, by George F. Walker.

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Kay Morse | College Teacher | (Level 1) Senior Educator

Posted June 13, 2013 at 10:24 PM (Answer #1)

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Zastrozzi's obsession grows out of his drive to make others take accountability for their dark side, in a parallel to the way in which Zastrozzi is driven by the discipline attached to his own very dark side. There is a possibility that he lets Verezzi go at the end because, like Verezzi, he too has fallen in love with Julia.

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