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  1. Introduction
  2. McCauley
  3. Chris Shiherlis
  4. McCauley's lifestyle
  5. Conclusion

The figure in Heat that I found most significant is Neil McCauley as a single man with no attachments. Neil McCauley is a middle aged professional criminal. When he was young, he was told to live in such a way that if he ever had to leave suddenly, he could do so with no baggage; literal or personal. Although it seems he considers his partners to be like family, he has none of his own to speak of.

[...] Diagnostic essay- Figuration in Heat The figure in Heat that I found most significant is Neil McCauley as a single man with no attachments. Neil McCauley is a middle aged professional criminal. When he was young, he was told to live in such a way that if he ever had to leave suddenly, he could do so with no baggage; literal or personal. Although it seems he considers his partners to be like family, he has none of his own to speak of. [...]

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