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2004.10.05

Writing on Walls, and Looking to Right Wrongs

"Zorro is James De La Vega's kind of hero, especially since he shares his name with the masked swordsman, formally known as Don Diego de la Vega. Both of them - in their own ways - defend the poor and outcast from the rich and ruthless, donning disguises and leaving their marks." -- from The New York Times article Writing on Walls, and Looking to Right Wrongs [requires login]

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