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What do the phrases "made man" and "making of a man" mean in the context of the story? Use evidence from the text to explain your answer.

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1. "Made Man": In the context of a story, this typically refers to someone who has achieved a certain level of success or status. In mafia context, a "made man" is a fully initiated member of the Mafia. In a broader sense, it can mean someone who has made significant achievements in their life or profession, often through hard work and determination.

2. experiences, and events that contribute to the development or maturation of a male character in a story. This could include personal growth, overcoming obstacles, learning important lessons, or achieving milestones that mark a transition into manhood or a new phase of life.

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