Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Shane Observation

Anna Bellerive

Shane’s inner turmoil becomes apparent as the book progresses. One can see the regrets he has about who he once was, and the careful steps he goes through to keep that old self buried within him. Yet despite the implications that he was once dangerous, he strives for a clean slate, and his true goodness shines through in his actions toward the Starrett family, whether it be entertaining Bob or defending the good name of Joe Starrett.

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