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What is the significance of Constance's red tongue?

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Upon cursory inspection, Constance Ledbelly is anything but a woman prepared to stand up for herself. She is timid, passive, and hardly seems to be in control of her own destiny. Even Professor Night, who happens to be her longtime unrequited crush, ridicules her dissertation topic, which aims to prove that Romeo and Juliet and Othello were originally comedies.

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