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Justice and The Law
The central idea of justice and the law is enforced when Marco replies, "All the law is not in a book." (73). This conveys that Marco is a man of principle who is willing to do what he believes is right regardless of what the law states. He believes that the law is irrelevant in his goal for justice.
The central idea of Family is illustrated when Alfieri informs Eddie, "The Child has to grow up and go away, and the man has to learn to forget." (42). This demonstrates that letting a child grow up and be an adult is a natural part of parenting that every family must go through.
The Central idea of Honor is displayed when Marco tries to apologize to Eddie for the bad things that have happened throughout the play. He declares, "It is my fault, Eddie. Everything. I wish to apologize. It was wrong that i do not ask your permission. I kiss your hand.” (76). This is significant because it shows that despite the fact that Rodolfo was very polite to Eddie while Eddie was disrespectful to him and caused problems, he still apologized to Eddie. This makes Rodolfo a very honorable character.
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