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Feels towards O'Brien- thinks she has doubts about him, wants her to know he's not a bad person, thinks she has a good life even though she may not,
Feels towards Steve- wants him to believe in himself, wants him to be serious, doesn't think he has much of a chance 'winning', wants to see his emotion,
The End of the Book Relationship
Steve: Steve most likely has good feelings towards O'Brien although she did diss him by not hugging him when he was not guilty of murder. She opened a new chapter of his life that was made to discover himself and who he really is. His characteristics by the end of the book really show that Steve is just human like everyone else and that he is scared of being in prison.
O'Brien: O'Brien feels more conflicted about Steve than Steve feels about her. She wants to believe he is innocent (just like Steve), but because she is the one who has to convince the jury, she gets to really delve into her decision on if he is guilty. At the end, she decides that Steve is guilty, maybe not as far as a monster, but guilty. Her characteristics of not being emotional and being serious really shines through at this part of the book because of her refusal to hug Steve.
Characteristics- scared, doesn't really care where the trial is going, feels alone, hates jail, doesn't want to think about his family (i think because he misses them)
Characteristics- no bias, pride in her job, not emotional, wants to go by the books, believes in justice,
***the cells with pictures and people are what I thought at the beginning of the book
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