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Freedom Of the City: Justice
In the Freedom of the City, Friel shows that justice is impossible to achieve because of political prejudice. This prejudice is obvious in each of the Judge speeches as his comments show that he has already made a decision in reference to the events of the Guildhall. This bias is also shown throughout the play, as he guides the witnesses statements so that they coincide with his own personal beliefs of what exactly happened in London Derry in 1970.
In his first speech, the author Brian Friel introduces the character of the Judge as a man who has already made a decision in ref…
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