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The House of Mirth
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  • Their appearance confirmed the impression that the show had been staged regardless of expense, and emphasized its resemblance to one of those "costume-plays" in which the protagonists walk through the passions without displacing a drapery.

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  • the famous protagonist, Harry Potter
  • an unlikely and unlikable protagonist

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