Justice in Literature
The concept of justice is an essential, guiding principal in society and a complex notion, which has been explored by a range of contexts. A Idea of the complexity of the issue relating to moral, legal and social justice maybe achieved through the perspectives offered by Author Miller's play "The Crucible" 1953, in the feature article "Old Enough To Die" and the related material "US Court Ruling Saves Teen Killers From Execution." By using a variety of techniques appropriate to their source and medium these texts represent justice as an important standard to which human kind aims but one w…
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