What are the gang's feelings about the destruction of the house in "The Destructors" by Graham Greene?

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The gang feels that the destruction of the house is creative. They disregard the historic nature of the house. Blackie says at the beginning of the story, "Wren built that house, father says.” They talk about how Wren also designed St. Peter's, but Blackie says he doesn't care. Later, T. visits the house, which they call "Old Misery's," and describes it as "beautiful." The rest of the gang regard his use of...

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