"A Confederacy of Dunces" by John Kennedy Toole: Ignatius Reilly.
In John Kennedy O'Toole's "A Confederacy of Dunces", Ignatius Reilly feels a certain air of superiority over Myrna Minkoff even though she transforms his life through her advice. In three separate attempts to quiet her insistent criticism and suggestions, Ignatius listens to her advice, each time failing miserably and causing greater misfortune for himself. At the end of the novel, in comedic irony, she saves him from mental and physical captivity.
At the beginning of the relationship between the reader and the association between Ignatius and Myrna, Ignatius writes an egotistical letter t…
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