Saint Joan Essay | Saint Joan and Her Redemption

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Saint Joan and Her Redemption

Summary: Explores the play, Saint Joan, by Bernard Shaw. Examines the theme of redemption, as shown in the character Saint Joan. Describes how throughout "Saint Joan," the reader witnesses several characters transform their lives for the better and, in the end, achieve redemption.
In his play, "Saint Joan," author Bernard Shaw explores the concept of redemption. Redemption can be broadly viewed as a character's journey to personal betterment after previously making immoral decisions or acting in an immoral manner. Throughout "Saint Joan," the reader witnesses several characters transform their lives for the better and, in the end, achieve redemption. However, for each of the characters, Joan seems to be the source that pushes them to become a better person. In other words, each character takes similar path in someway, through Joan toward redemption. Therefore, the paths to redemption will be examined and taken by the characters Robert, Charles and the Executioner. By the conclusion of this examination, it will become clear that redemption is the most important and overarching theme of "Saint Joan."

The play begins as the Maid (Joan) approaches Robert of Baudricourt asking of him to...

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