Killing Mr. Griffin Essay | Killing Mr. Griffin

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Killing Mr. Griffin

Summary: Essay discusses the feelings toward Mr. Griffin showed by different characters in the novel "Killing Mr. Griffin" by Louis Duncan.
In the novel Killing Mr. Griffin by Louis Duncan, Mr. Griffin was a very interesting character, his wife Kathy Griffin, his student Mark Kinny, and I have different opinions about what kind of man and teacher he was. Kathy Griffin loved and cared for him very much. She says to her mother, before they are married that he is "worth waiting for." She also believes that he is a little too strict with his student, and that he should compliment them on that they are doing well as well as his critisism. Other than that Kathy thinks that he a is brilliant man and dedicated to his work, but a bit of a perfectionist.

On the other hand, Mark Kinny, one of Mr. Griffins students, has a very different opinion about him. He hates him with a great passion and in his crazy mind wanted dramatic revenge...

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