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Discuss the function and significance of Constance's red tongue

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Constance's red tongue is indicative of her true nature. At first, Constance comes across as quite a passive, non-assertive character; far from shaping her life, she is shaped by it. She allows herself to be browbeaten and manipulated by Professor Night, the unrequited object of...

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