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What is the morally relevant fact in the reading of "The Shot", by Aleksandr Pushkin?

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Moral Courage: Against the Grain
In Pushkin’s “The Shot,” the most morally relevant fact is this: Despite sociocultural pressure and endorsement; despite the baying of his own ego and pride; despite the staggering ease with which he could meet this chorus of demands; and despite the psychological struggle he suffers right until the story’s (anti-)climax, Silvio chooses to spare the Count....

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