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Why is the "Upright Man" called the "Upright Man"?

From: Raymond E. Feist
Date: 28 September 2008

It's irony. I fashioned a lot of my concept of the Mockers on Victorian Era London criminal organizations. An "Upright Man" is a man of great standing and respect, so of course the biggest criminal in the city gets that name.

Best, R.E.F.


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