Aspects of Human Experience Part II

Aspects of Human - out of all the stories The phrase “He that is without sin among you let him first cast a stone at her” And the next

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Aspects of Human Experience Part II Developing Human Compassion Araby’s key theme is the child’s frustration. He is frustrated with the limits his situation places on him. As the narrator continues you can’t help developing compassion for the boy. His arrival for shopping is inconsequential, because everything at the bazaar is far beyond his financial ability to pay. He tries to fulfill his Fantasy (daydreams), but the reality is much harder. Each story indicates a feeling and objective, that with all that they do it appears their efforts are for not, thereby developing compassion for each of the characters, I need help with the story “Everyday Use” and compassion. “The Woman taken in Adultery” is probably the best example of developing compassion
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Unformatted text preview: out of all the stories. The phrase “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her”. And the next statement when all had left said unto her “Woman, where are those thine accusers? Hath no man condemned thee?” Mary Magdalene said “No Man Lord.” And Jesus said unto her, “neither do I condemn thee; go, and sin no more.” What development of compassion in such simple phrases Here again a dilemma is created where there would appear to be no way out, however relying on emotion and a knowledge greater than himself relies on compassion and guilt of the individuals involved to disperse the crowd....
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