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As Jack points out

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As Jack points out, life is a series of stories within stories; there never is a neat, clear-cut ending to  any sequence of events, for the reverberations from one sequence are felt in other sequences Thus,  the death of Judge Irwin ends only one particular story, the story of Judge Irwin, including the sins he  committed and the choices he made. Learning the details of the story has made changes in Jack's  understanding of the world, and he thinks that that story is closed. He is wrong, of course, for the  story of Judge Irwin will continue to ripple through Jack's life and actions; his refusal to take part in  digging out sordid information about people and his refusal to retaliate against Frey are clear  indications of this. More important, at least in an immediate sense, is the effect that the end of Judge  Irwin's story has in the story of Willie Stark.
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