Just and illness

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"There is "no hope" for him this time, we're told. Already your reader's radar should be on full alert. A priest with no hope? Not hard to recognize in such a statement a host of possibilities are realized throughout the story." (p. 213)

Every story has someone who has no hope or is deathly ill. Sometimes that character is a good person and it is sad that they are in a bad situation, and others are evil characters that you feel they deserve the bad things that are happening to them. I find this a little boring, and almost frustrating because sometimes the story seems it needs that illness to make the story. In the end it's very unoriginal.

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