Heart of Lothian is the title of the fifth track on the concept album Misplaced Childhood by British neo-progressive rock band Marillion.
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You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. There was no doubt that the town respected him and even admired him in a way. But any man who walks in the way of power and property is bound to meet hate. Joe flaunts his new wealth in a parodic semblance of Southern white gentry.
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He spends his money on trivial items like adorned spittoons for himself and his wife. This exorbitance makes the citizens both jealous and resentful of him. Before Joe moved into town, the people of Eatonville had no reason to think of themselves as low class, because they were all the same class — all the same race and all poor. Janie loved the conversation and sometimes she thought up good stories on the mule, but Joe had forbidden her to indulge.
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Mayor Starks, Janie. This is, of course, hypocrisy since Joe himself, the mayor of the town, associates and jokes with them all the time.
All the same, he seems to think that it hurts his own social status to have his wife hanging around with commoners. Naw, naw! Janie does not matter who she hangs out with if she is having fun, but Joe has a more prescriptive view.
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