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But whatever their intentions, and despite their prefatorial denials of personal animus, anti-Jacobin writers do function as 'Executioners', when they 'expose the person himself, as an example to others'.
DUBA, Frank, '"The Genuine Pulpit Article": Shaw's Prefatorial Practice and the Preface to Man and Superman', in Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, Vol.
Vanitas cannot see the difference between this text and the other xiaoshuo, a misreading that gives the Stone the chance to restate the prefatorial comments at tached to chapter one and to trumpet the merits of his story, much in the way an auto-commentator would: