Sheriff’s Children Confusion
The Sheriff’s Children confuse who is guilty and who is innocent. Although, Chesnutt does not include Tom’s mother in the story, she is one of the innocent people that Chesnutt wants the reader to remember. We don ...
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...l choice toward himself. Tom removes his band from his arm to give his dad a chance to feel blame. Tom feels abused on the grounds that his dad does not help him when his stepsister shoots him. As per Ramsey, Tom expels the wrap from his injury and intentionally seeps to death, the casualty of his sadness, his dad 's young unethical behavior and disregard, and his stepsister 's fratricidal shot. (Ramsey)
At last, various choice have taken by various characters; Tom chooses to shoot his dad to escape from a wrongdoing which he doesn 't do, Polly shoots his stepbrother so as to spare her dad 's existence without known he is relative, Sheriff Campbell leaves his child in the correctional facility while he is seeping without feeling any transgression toward him, Tom expels the gauze from his arm to seep to death so as to let his dad feels remorseful for his entire life.
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