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Unformatted text preview: III. Though Taka is repulsed by Algren in the beginning, she changes her judgments the longer he stays in her home and builds a relationship with him. A . Taka complains to Katsemoto that Algren smells awful and has no manners B . She requests permisson to kill herelf C . She finally accepts, and even loves him, enough to dress him her husbands armor. Conclusion: As seen in the Last Samurai, tolerance can only be attained through experience. A . Although Algren held himself arrogantly superior to Samurai, he learns to respect and appreciate them through experience. B . Ujio hated Algren for being an ignorant American until he realizes Algren is just a soldier as he is. C . Though Taka is disgusted by Algrens presence in her home, she learns to love him ....
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