"When the sins of our fathers visit us, we do not have to play host. We can banish them with forgiveness as God in his Largeness and Laws." This quote, by August Wilson, explains how one can either repeat, or expel the sins of the people that came before us. In the play "Fences", also written by August Wilson, one can observe how two of the main characters deal with the sins of their fathers. These two characters are Troy and his son Cory. Troy plays host to the sins of his fathers, while Cory banishes them.
Cory, unlike Troy, expels the sins of his fathers. …
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