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Twelve Angry Men

Summary: Discusses the story "Twelve Angry Men," by Reginald Rose. Provides a plot summary. Analyzes the members of the jury, focusing on differences between juror two and juror eight.
There are numerous differences and similarities between juror eight and juror two. Both jurors' personalities are completely different. Juror two does not have the courage to speak out loud as juror eight does. For similarities, both jurors seek the truth. The unique story, "Twelve Angry Men," by Reginald Rose, is about 12 average citizen jurors who decide the fate of a young man, who is accused of first-degree murder. The story takes place in New York, 1954, where the 12 jurors discuss their conclusion. Juror two's and juror eight's characteristics contradict with each other, which gives the story much feeling about life.

One difference between juror two and juror eight is that juror two is a very hesitant man. All the jurors enter in a hot, stuffy room, after they hear the trail, to make their verdict. Juror seven asks everyone to raise their hand to vote guilty and the...

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