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The exposure of the would-be discovered secret as a projected secret, a mere appearance, leaves a crapulous residue in its wake.
The adolescent, who was (sexually) "employed," as it turned out, by the "most crapulous pederasts," disregarded the warning, so the commissioner had him locked up the next time.
Strachey wrote, |he has a crapulous egotism and smug impermeability qui font fremur, (sc.
He leads his willing accomplice (that voyeuristic straw man, the viewer) down the primrose path of poverty, male heterosexual anal eroticism, love, lust, Pollock, crapulous neediness, and jubilant desperation.