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I will try to demonstrate what the publics reaction was to the angel in The very old man with Enormous wings and Kafkas Hunger Artist from what the authors wrote in the stories and the characters point of view I will also try illustrate how the public has more of a meaning in both storiesIn A very old man with Enormous Wings the public goes to see the old man because they wanted to see what he was The owners of the house where the old man was at thought that he was a lonely castaway from some foreign ship wrecked by the storm They thought this because they spoke to him and he answered in a incomprehensible dialect with a strong sailors voiceThe public tossed him things to eat as if he werent a supernatural creature but a circus animal When Father Gonzaga went to see the old man there was less frivolous onlookers than those who had arrived earlier The simplest among them thought that he should be named mayor of the world Others of sterner mind felt that he should be promoted to the rank of five-star general in order to win all wars There were other people that hoped he would be put to reproduce so there would be a race of winged wise man who could take charge of the universe Father Gonzaga suspected that he was an impostor because he did not understand the language of God and did not know how to greet his minister He did not think that the old man was an angel he instead felt that it could of been a trick of the devil Curious people came from far away because they thought that he could cure them and change their misfortunes During all this time the old man was the only one who did not take part in his own act During those days a carnival attraction arrived with a woman
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