Lesson 12 Response: Unforgiven.pdf

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5/10/18, 1(57 PM Lesson 12 Response: Unforgiven: Aman Gola Page 1 of 2 Submission Details Grade: 100 / 100 Lesson 12 Response: Unforgiven Aman Gola submitted Apr 8 at 10:11pm Paper View During the scene, on the train, the camera displays the passengers reading the newspaper. An article, that everyone has decided to view, reads about an assassination attempt by Guiteau on Garfield’s life. When Bob and Beauchamp reach Big Whiskey, Bob completely evades the “No Firearms” mandate. After Bob made sure that the population of Big Whiskey knew that he had arrived, it became acknowledged that he was there to kill two cowboys that murdered a prostitute, and collect the $1,000 bounty. The bounty became existent due to Little Bill’s, the sheriff of Big Whiskey, lack of action toward the women’s murder. Since Bill decided that he was not going to achieve justice for the women’s death, her fellow prostitutes
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  • Spring '99
  • Jordan
  • English-language films, Big Whiskey

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