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Thursday, November 11, 2010

By Jodi Picoult
pg. 41
I don't know if the antagonist in my book is a person. It could be Jamie Macdonald because he killed his wife, but he only did it because she was dying and she wanted him to do it. I don't think the ends justify the means, only because I don't believe in euthansia. Eventhough the wife wanted the husband to kill her, I don't think it is right. Jamie did what he was asked, but he still isn't happy. He didn't want his wife to die and he didn't want to be the one to kill her. I don't think he is satisfied, but he might be if he is convicted because then he would suffer the consequences of his actions.

1 comment:

  1. This is really random, but I was watching Law and Order last night, and the episode was about a guy who did the same thing to his wife. In the end he got convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison, and he wasn't so guilty after that. So maybe your guy will be satisfied if he is found guilty.


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