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Nature Prevails Deconstructing Doctor No Ian Flemings use of binary opposition in Doctor No illustrates dichotomies of power unraveling their selves thus proving the equality of their positions with the lesser of the opposition Culture versus nature is illustrated as the novels main binary opposition James Bond reveals the ambiguity of the polarity while Honeychile Rider and Dr No provide examples of culture and nature in opposition with each other and the deconstructed privilege awarded to nature Doctor No provides an excellent reception to post-structuralism criticism through its anarchical dichotomies the deconstructionist aims to show that the text is at war with itself it is a house divided and disunified Barry 72 The protagonist James Bond symbolizes justice on two levels In the world of crime he is the final fist of justice empowered by the British government The license to kill for the Secret Service the double-0 prefix was a great honour Fleming 17 Textually he is also symbolized as justice between the binary opposition of culture and nature Although he identifies closer with culture do to his upbringing he does not deny the relevance and equality of nature Honey now look here You know these things I cant help it that I live in towns Id like to know about your things too I just havent had that sort of life I know other things instead 86 Albeit he is subject to discrepancies in this matter as depicted by his nave and callous recognition of Dr Nos ocean aquarium as a picture 155 He has the desire to care about nature but does not always adequately put into perspective the reality of nature The torment Bond endures in Dr Nos cultural based death trap is a mixture of cultural and natural based torture an electric grille a portion of tunnel with burning hot metal tarantulas and a giant octopus Inside the trap Bond attempts to thwart his worries which are a product
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