Paragraph 2 Fate is the development of events beyond a person’s control, regarded as determine by a supernatural power. Destiny is the event that will necessarily happen to a particular person or thing in the future. Crime of the Heart is about three sister that went their separate ways that starts to realize family is there despite distance. Lesson learn from the girl despite their dysfunctional life is simple. Just like their mother their fear what been alone, although they are not alone because they have each other. Lenny the oldest sister show more of nurturing because she was more of a maid to her grandfather that now in the hospital in a coma. The coma start her to thinking back on a relationship that she end cause of her feeling embarrassed to inform the guy she was unable to conceive a child due to ovary issue. Lenny was resentful because she fell like her two sister receive better treatment than she receive. Lenny was the particular sister who got alon...
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...child future. This is one of the reason adult should pay close attention to children who have suffer a losses. Second, the determining focus is about three dysfunction sister that form a bond in the future after learning to cope and understand their mother tragic death. Third, It Establish focus was try to show the audience to be thankful for those around you. Fourth, creating dramatic characters by allowing the character to reflect back in their past Fifth, Establish point of view. Start by counting you’re blessings instead of counting you’re losses, deficits, and wants. General speaking their blessing was have each other support and been there for one another. The playwright done a great job with this particular play however, it would be nice to come out with fourth part because I would enjoy read about Babe trial and if the sister continue their bond.
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