Billy Budd, by Herman Melville. Was Captain Vere Right?
CaptainVere makes the right decision by executing Billy Budd. If CaptainVere lets Billy
live the rest of the crew might get the impression that they will not be held accountable for
their crimes. If the crew feels that they can get away with what ever they want then there
is a chance that they might form a rebellion and have a mutiny. A mutiny would destroy
the stability and good name of the ship and the crew. Captain Vere does not want to see
this happen. There are three main reasons Captain Vere makes the right decision by
executing Billy Budd. These reasons are that if Billy lives…
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