Unit 2 ESSAY WINE - .Itslike"Whatcomesaroundgoes around"

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Poetic justice is a literary outcome in which bad characters are punished  and good characters are rewarded. It’s like: "What comes around goes  around." In this essay I will discuss the theme of poetic justice as it relates to  the main character in the story” Wine on the Desert.” At the beginning of the story, we know that the main character Durante  has already killed a man and he was chased by the sheriff and his posses.  However, Durante is not worried about this, because he knows his friend,  Tony, can help him. Later, as expected, he got Tony’s help, Tony is a very kind  person, and he treats Durante as a very important guest. He offers Durante  whatever he wants, cook meal for him, and let him gets rest in his house. As Common sense, Durante should show respect for Tony since Tony  was so kind to him. However, Instead of showing respect, Durante is totally 
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course ADMS ADMS 3330 taught by Professor Adms3330 during the Winter '10 term at York University.

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Unit 2 ESSAY WINE - .Itslike"Whatcomesaroundgoes around"

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