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12 Angry Men

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Kalissa Lolos

on 17 June 2010

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Transcript of 12 Angry Men

english isu: Play Analysis by.. Robert Simon, &Chris McClune Kalissa Lolos, Yvonne Chung, "12 ANGRY MEN" The defense and the prosecution have rested and the jury is filling into the jury room to decide the fate of a young Spanish-American who is either guilty or innocent of murdering his father. What begins as an open and shut case of murder soon becomes a mini-drama of each of the juror's prejudices and preconceptions about the trial, the accused, and each other. Will they make the right choice? Or will conformity compromise the truth? ...See for yourself Conformity Truth compromises thesis: Twelve Angry Men
George Orwell's 1984
Hamlet #1)
#2)
#3) WHy? do we feel this ? ? Argument#1: Twelve Angry Men The decision to put down an alleged murderer comes down to a collection of jurors who individually conform to unique ideals presented to them through society as the supposed truth. #1)
#2)
#3) Juror 10
Juror 7
Conformity based on fear of rejection Prejudice based on race & age Prejudice based on the "American" ideal Argument #2: 1984, George In the novel 1984, being forced to
conformity resulted in the acceptance
of a false truth. . Orwell #1)
#2)
#3) Conform to illogical ideoligies Accept false historical records Confromity to societal living Argument #3: Hamlet The characters in Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, illustrate that self conformity leads to subconsciously blinding one's self from the truth. #1)
#2)
#3) Ophelia conforms to her father Gertrude believes Claudius showing Friends of Hamlet betray him abandoning the truth
ignorance towards the truth
believing a false truth Why? again believe this do we ? ? Thanks for watching
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