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Twelve Angry Men, A Review

Summary: Reviews the play, Twelve Angry Men. Provides a plot summary. Discusses the tension between the jurors.
In the beginning of the play Twelve Angry Men Jurors 3 and 8 start off on a bad foot. In the very beginning of the play, the judge is describing the case in which a 19 years old boy supposedly stabs and kills his father with a unique switchblade. When the Jurors go into the Jury Room, they take a vote as to see where each of them stand. All eleven jurors vote guilty, except for Juror 8. All of the Jurors regard Juror 8 with a coldness for keeping them longer than needed. Juror 8 did a little research before the case and bought himself an exact replica of the knife used in the killing, which he presented during the middle of the jury room discussions. This changed the beliefs of a few jurors, since they were relying their thoughts on the knife. During the end of the second act...

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