Compares justice in BILLY BUDD, and TWELVE ANGRY MEN
The trials in both Billy Budd and Twelve Angry Men have a 'jury' of sorts, and in each story, the members of these juries are virtually unanimous in their decision, but one person remains who would vote against his/her fellow jurors. As it happens, both juries completely change the verdict from what it appeared each jury would have originally voted. I hope to show you the similarities/differences of these two stories by exposing biased verdicts and the fact that one person changed the final verdict in both cases.
The trial of Billy Budd is a quick one, but quite a lot o…
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