Children whose parents frequently attempt to kill each other with the furniture tend to be slightlywithdrawn: The Everyday Violence of American SocietyThere is a callousness to Lindsays Miamiwhere people are selfish, angry, inconsiderate, and are drawn to blood and violence. This is whatFreud calls the psychopathy of everyday life. Part of the reason we sympathize with Dexter and hiscompulsion are these reoccurring moments of aggression from everyone else in Miami.Discuss how American society in the novel facilitates everyday psychopathy and why Dexter seemsmore heroic than other characters because of it. Is it good that hes seen in this way or bad? Why orwhy not?