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Noun1.dwarfishness - smallness of stature
littleness, smallness - the property of having a relatively small size
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The dwarfishness of the oppositional parties spread the hopelessness for those who do have other political leanings than the Justice and Development Party (AKP) so much that crowds in archaic despair more than double to seek shelter in AtatE-rk's mausoleum.
A diminutive, Naipaul's use of it emphasizes the implied limitation in the "little warrior's" struggle, his vanity, his striking out against a neurotic certainty of his own moral dwarfishness.
The author distrusts the "official" level of social life but focuses on the defective and the deviate in nature itself - that is to say, "otherness" in its most radical sense, as symbolized by homosexual love, by the dwarfishness of Vittorio, and by the Dostoevskian "idiocy" of the hero himself.