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Keller's Motives

Summary: Is it simply profit or are there other motives that drive Joe Keller to act as he does?
Profit is one of the main reasons, which drives Joe Keller to act as he does. However there are other motives, like family, business and to not take responsibility, which lie behind his behaviour. He is not an evil man. He loves his family but fails to see or understand the importance of the universal family, which has a greater claim on his duty. Joe Keller is not an intellectual man and is often amazed by changes in the world. He thinks he has got away with his crime but is still troubled by guilt. He relies on his wife, Kate not betraying him.

Family is another reason that drives Joe Keller to act in the way he does. He thinks that family is the most important thing and all his beliefs are based around family. "Nothin´ is bigger than that", Joe is referring to the family. Joe...

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