Responsibility In Aisha, Rosie's 'The Slap'

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Aisha, Rosie’s best friend since they were teenagers, is just thinking for the best interest of her family, and does not take “the slap” for individual and selfish reasons. Hugo is not her child and even though the incident did occur at her house, there was not a lot she could get out of the situation. Aisha did hold a different perspective to both Connie’s and Rosie’s opinions and tried to remain neutral through the whole process of events leading on afterwards. Aisha mentions to Connie, “I think that hitting a child is a reprehensible action. I also think that Hugo needed to be disciplined that day, which he was totally out of control. I think Harry has a terrible temper which he should learn to control. But he apologized and I think they

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