Clegg still holds the ultimate power over her, life and death, imprisonment and freedom, but Miranda is the keeper of every other power.
Arizona is one of the most important legal cases in the United States.
Yet The Collector is different because of its ending: for all intents and purposes, Frederick "wins. The Collector is an exploration into class and power that strives to reveal the true nature of such things in a way that many other novels would never dream of.
He also had a criminal record and had pronounced sexual fantasies after dropping out of high school. After purchasing a quiet country villa he kidnaps Miranda and keeps her prisioner in the basement.Compare this with his experience with the prostitute Sarah. Miranda is a young, talented, upper-class woman who, though she expresses her hatred of the la-di-da-ishness of her mother, cannot escape the influence of her class upon her character. Anything you say or do can and will be held against you in a court of law. By offering forth such ideas, Fowles condemns his own attempt to tell this story through words, alerting readers that whatever they are reading would be even more impactful could they actually see it, rather than just read about it. Do you consider them to be equally viable options, or is one more of a conclusion than the other? Clegg still holds the ultimate power over her, life and death, imprisonment and freedom, but Miranda is the keeper of every other power. What do his reactions mean?
Anything you say or do can and will be held against you in a court of law. Is it a change for the better or for the worse? Ernest Miranda lived in Phoenix, Arizona where he was charged with rape, kidnapping and robbery.
Is Frederick evil, or just misguided?