In Chapter 5, how does Stevenson reveal Pew's character though dialogue and action? 

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Pew is a pirate, characterized by his blindness, cruelty, and the contradiction between his helplessness and aggression. According to Long John Silver in a later chapter, Silver lost his leg in the same attack that rendered Pew blind, so he evidently has spent the better part of his life with sight, and Pew and Silver bear some relationship in that both are among...

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