David Wesley's Story Analysis

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People can sometimes break the law without feeling at fault. They do so in order to be an immaculate human being to others. If there is any less decreasing circumstances to which you will be at blame. There are many things that someone can do for a family member, but protecting a criminal is not one of them. Frank always thought that he was not wrong and thought that he could have gotten away. However his brother did not think the same way he did because he was caring and kind to every person. David, being traumatized by all the commotion with his uncle, probably has a hard time dealing with it. Wesley, also being the neglected son, might have had a huge impact on him and his family.
First, the main reason why there was so much commotion in this story was because of the things that Frank had done. Which made women be petrified and felt terrified with the fact that he could be their doctor. Gail stated "Your brother makes his patients—some of his patients—undress completely and get into indecent positions" (Watson, 47). Perhaps they used that to cover up for the real reason why the Indian girls didn’t want Frank as their doctor was because he would sexually assault them. The girls that have been abused and are scared for their dear life that he does not get out of jail after they confessed.
Next, Julian always had his favorite ever since they
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"I was beginning already to think of Uncle Frank as a criminal" (Watson, 49). Then knowing that he had done such horrible things to a person that was so close to their family. Also by doing that he committed such a bad thing by ruining Marie's life, and a lot of other girl's too. While all that happened in the Sherriff's house what would have happened if it was somewhere else. Even David thought it would have been a good idea if his uncle was not with them thinking that if maybe he wasn’t alive they would be better off and they would have less

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