Damage and Redemption

Through out Alan Paton’s novel, we saw a powerful source of healing. And that source we saw is forgiveness and redemption. We could see this through one of the characters of the novel which is Stephen. Stephen was put into a situation with many problems like his son and his brothers that was full of greed. But later on, he solves his obstacles through redemption and forgiveness. Before forgiveness came into the play, James and Stephen couldn’t get along. But later on, forgiveness and redemption came causing them to put their difference aside and making them to understand each other better. I think Paton’s ideas of healing the damage world is persistent because forgiveness can be the key to solving any damage in this world.

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