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a feudally organized society
- To match The Leopard's feudally lavish autocratic hero, Don Fabrizio, there is the new book's feudally parsimonious autocratic heroine, Ippolita.
- Its locale is Brooklyn in the late 19th century, when the borough still had its own mayor and power-hungry chieftains scrabbled feudally over a kind of Irish fiefdom.
- This controversy may be heightened by Cozzens' feudally patronizing portrayal of the Negroes who serve Brocton's first families and are treated by them as near equals precisely .