The Conflict Between John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

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I found Roger’s (Matthew) excuses very intriguing, it was thoughts that never crossed through my mind. Rogers’s perspective was totally opposite from the prosecutor’s perspective. In Roger’s shoes, he wanted to end the conflict between Ralph, Piggy and Jack so he leaned on the lever to push the boulder which would interrupt them and hopefully stop them from fighting. On the other hand, the prosecutor’s point of view is that Roger leaned on the boulder to purposely hit Piggy so that he would die. One frequent occurrence that surprised me was how the witnesses would say something they weren’t supposed to and quickly change their answer, as if they were lying about something. I was also surprised on how the prosecutors had good questions that
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