Question:

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

Answer:

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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