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Knapp 19), yet could not the same be said of Byron’s Conrad-Lara or Lucifer? The Stranger rapes a woman and kills at least seven men before the climactic and violent conclusion.
He does not merely isolate himself, but rather he “surpasses or subdues mankind,” inevitably incurring their hatred in the process: “To be a man of action is to be an infected soul, and to be in collision with others” (Hall 139). Byron seems to have ample sympathy for the conviction of their own superiority that Childe Harold, Manfred, and Napoleon share. 69). In flying from mankind, one can maintain one’s arrogance and self-absorption without causing harm to others. Perhaps, ultimately, Manfred’s “heroism” lies in his wise refusal to engage in a leadership role; he is aware of the dangers he poses to others and forestalls the possibility of wreaking havoc by refusing to exercise his energies in the public sphere.
Just as his secret service agent in In the Line of Fire (1993) is a more human and more vulnerable version of Dirty Harry (his most heroic act being to place his body in front of an assassin’s bullet, instead of firing one himself), William Munny in Unforgiven is a more human and less competent version of the Stranger. High Plains Drifter takes the notion of the hero as an antisocial outcast to an extreme, yet as Bingham observes, “the figure’s narcissism and isolation lead to reactionary if not fascist fantasy and nostalgia” (169).