Shane, the protagonist in this adventure is not only a wise and honest mentor, but a man of integrity. For example, Shane realizes that he subtly needs to stop Joe from conforming to the gunman Stark Wi...
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...an being; his humanity is replaced by cruelty, brutality, and greed. When Fletcher and Wright are about to leave from Joes house Wright says to Joe, “You do need someone to look after you” (110). Wright is just trying to take out Joe’s rage so Joe possibly will come to the bar without thinking much about the deal so Wright can take out Joe. Wright is so inhumane that he is trying to kill a man for his land and helping Fletcher with his plan.
The qualities of the character in the novel Shane make the characters standout as heroes and villains. It is unfair that Shane had to leave and did not get a chance to say good bye to his loved ones because of Fletchers greediness. Shane bravery will encourage other people around town to stand up to people like Fletcher, and Wilson in the future without anybody’s help. Can people with normal life can be brave as Shane?
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