How does Strickland and the narrator reverse Fleete's condition in the mark of the beast by Rudyard Kipling?


Strickland promptly dissolves into hysterical laughter, as does the narrator, realizing that, in torturing the Silver Man to save Fleete's life, he has forfeited all claims to being a civilized Englishman. AnswerParty!

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