I will pay for the following essay Litertature, Fiction Analysis Paper of Frank O’Connor’s Guest of the Nation. The essay is to be 3 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
nsibility in “Guests of the Nation”, it is Stanley Renner’s belief that the protagonist Bonaparte is driven by an external destiny to carryout his actions. In a sense, he is not responsible for these actions because inadvertently these actions are not his own. I argue in opposition to this idea. I feel Bonaparte as well as the others a fully responsible in their decision to execute the British soldiers. To credit their actions to the sociology of the time, or a divine hidden power, is to make the killers out to be victims. Though this a very insightful irony, it does an injustice and devalues the British soldiers as characters.