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JUSTICE AND THE LAW
The central idea of honor is predominant throughout the text. An event that represents honor is when Marco responded angrily to Eddie boxing his brother, Rodolpho, and punching him hard. This led to Marco questioning Eddie, "Can you lift this chair?," (52) and Marco puts him on a test and does it himself to prove he can lift the chair but, Eddie wasn't able to lift the chair. This represents Marco wanting respect and honor for himself and for his brother in a way of showing his superior strength to Eddie.
The central idea of love is one of the main ideas being shown throughout the text. The love relationship in the text is between Catherine and Rodolpho. Their relationship has being going well and have been starting a love relationship on how they "only walk together in the streets. [Catherine] teaches me." (32). This indicates how their love relationship has been going and how they are starting to love each other by hanging out.
The central idea of justice and the law is predominant throughout the text. An event that indicates the central idea of justice and law is when Eddie called the immigration office to take Marco and Rodolpho away. When Marco finds out, he says "In my country he would be dead now. He would not live this long." This represents how they would respond back in Italy after what Eddie has done to him. In the end, Eddie faces consequences and gets kill by his own knife in his own hand.
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