Can a criminal (murderer) ultimately be a good person?
Angela
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I like how you connected your personal experience to the way Caesar did not really want to have relations with his family. I believe that Caesar did not want to be close with his family, especially after the dinner when he got dropped off by his sister and her kids, because he may feel like he is not good for them, that staying in their lives is actually hurting them, maybe even putting their families in danger. And also an important note is that maybe he feels that no matter what he does after prison to better himself and create a life for himself, everyone, even his family, will still think he is somewhat “below” the average citizen because he is a murderer. What hurts people the most is how quick others are to judge and to assume, not even giving a chance to to redeem himself or even help that person back on their feet.

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