Essay On Life Is A Search For Justice In The Poisonwood Bible

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William Styron wrote a novel where a father tells his son that life “is a search for justice.” Do you agree with this statement? Do you agree that life is all about behaving to what is morally right or fair?” William Styron makes the statement that life “is a search for justice” to show that life is short, so while your here, you should do what 's right and do what you believe in. In the Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, the character Orleanna Price had to go through many obstacles to finally see her injustice. Obviously, her worst decision was to marry the controlling missionary, Nathan Price. After going through the years with her mentally abusing husband, her family moving to the Congo, and her daughter Ruth May dying from her husband 's decisions to stay in the Congo, she finally understands how Nathan is treating her and the injustice he is causing his family. Orleanna Price finally becomes successful on her own after packing up her kids that were still alive and moving back to America for freedom from her husband and for her kids to be safe. It 's just sad that she had to witness her daughter dying before she finally realized she didn 't need Nathan in her life which would make her life better for not only herself but her kids as well. From all the events that happened in Orleanna life, she finally understands the meaning of justice and making her search for justice successful. The author, Kingsolver uses Orleannas understanding and search for justice
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