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In other respects, the society of Theo, Clara, Catharine, and Henry conforms to neither Jeﬀersonian nor Federalist ideals. Mere signs or appearances prevail over actual referents or substance. For example, although “it was determined” that Theo’s profession should be that of agriculture (), seemingly in keeping with the Jeﬀersonian ideal of the yeoman farmer, it becomes apparent that “[t]he task to be performed by him was nothing more than superintendence. ). Similarly, as much as each of the foursome exempliﬁes some of the major attributes that the Federalists desired in civic leaders (wealth, breeding, education, and talent), none of the four gives much thought to her or his individual or collective security, to protecting herself or himself from “danger,” a theme at the center of the rhetoric of the Federalists ever apprehensive about national security and property.
Carwin, perhaps, . . prompted the murderer; but Carwin is unknown. The actual performer has long since been called to judgment and convicted” (). The only explanation of Carwin’s identity that is not put into question is Clara’s more preliminary one: “Carwin was an adherent to the Romanish faith, yet was an Englishman by birth, and perhaps, a Protestant by education” (). The “dangerous” power of Carwin’s oratory is represented as transforming this hybridity—a not necessarily unAmerican union of “Romanish,” Spanish, English, and Protestant—into a counterrevolutionary alliance.
On topics of religion and of his own history, previous to his transformation into a Spaniard, he was invariably silent. (–) It becomes diﬃcult to dismiss this ﬁgure as an uncircumscribed sign of the devil or sinister temptations if one reads the following passage alongside the characterization of Carwin as Spanish, Catholic, and having a penchant for grand ruins: His cheeks were pallid and lank, his eyes [“lustrously black”] sunken . . his teeth large and irregular, though sound and brilliantly white, and his chin discoloured by a tetter.