|Capt. Jack Sparrow, the |
world's favorite underdog
In this sense, the nation may not be much different from people who typically look to their past, especially their childhood, to understand what most shaped their adult personalities. Sometimes they do this and ignore their more recent influences.
But underdogs need top dogs, and whom people choose as their top dog, as their bully, as their oppressive force, can possibly tell us something about the audience's values.
|Lord Cutler Beckett|