Why does Zastrozzi find Verezzi's smile "a dangerous thing" in Zastrozzi: The Master of Discipline, by George F. Walker?

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Zastrozzi perceives Verezzi as an inferior individual who is also the object of his disdain and pursuit. Verezzi's smile may be "dangerous" because it reminds others and Zastrozzi of the reality behind the failings of the man.

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