Education of Jefferson: Character Analysis of Jefferson in A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines
Society in America has greatly bastardized the words of individualism, pretentious, selfishness, and ego. It is tough for me to recall the amount of times I hear "It's not good to be better than anyone else," and "You have to sacrifice yourself for society, because the happiness of everyone else is more important than your own happiness." Those who iterate those words make far greater transgressions than Jefferson and even Brother, the man who murdered Mr.Grope. Because its those men and women who are the usurpers of freedom, destroyers of dreams, and thieves of humanity. For it is through…
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