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In the American minstrel tradition, according to Lott (1993), the "effete but potent dandy figure" incarnated threats about the "raw and undomesticated" power of the black body, or, in cruder terms, "white men's obsession with a rampageous black penis" (p.
His flicks don't exactly blow Coppola's away, but they're at least as good at sparking a family to rampageous life.
Most garden centres have a choice of leylandii, but most gardeners, thankfully, now think twice before planting this rampageous tree.