Social Context Of Shakespeare
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Social Context Of Shakespeare / Moody Bible Institute
In The Guilty Party by O. Henry we have the theme of responsibility, selfishness, betrayal, sacrifice, love and redemption. Set in the late nineteenth century the story is narrated in the third person though Henry does briefly shift to the first person (Lizzie) near the end of the story. It may also be important that Henry on three separate occasions at the beginning of the story physically describes Lizzie’s father (red-haired, unshaven, untidy man).
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