Summary Of Sister Aloysius's Play 'Doubt'

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In the play Doubt, Sister Aloysius uses a slippery slope fallacy to prove that William London will not graduate from high school because of a certain events that occur. She says that because “Puberty has got a hold of him. He will be imagining the wrong things...he will not graduate high school.” Just because a young boy is going through puberty will not necessarily lead up to him imagining wrong things. Sister Aloysius has no sufficient evidence to prove any of her thoughts to be true or even reasonable. There is no connect that going through puberty will cause Willaim London to not graduate high school for any reason. She is proposing that him going through puberty is the root of why all of these bizarre events will occur. She makes the
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