Alias Grace Essay | Innocent or Guilty?

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Innocent or Guilty?

Summary: Grace Marks, the main character in Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood, is undoubtedly guilty. The evidence against her is way too much to consider innocence. Feeling sympathy towards Grace seems easy, especially since she tries to make it out to seem that she is the victim, but when looking at the facts only, it is obvious that the evidence all points against her.
Innocent or Guilty"

Grace Marks, the main character in Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood, is undoubtedly guilty. The evidence against her is way too much to consider innocence. Feeling sympathy towards Grace seems easy, especially since she tries to make it out to seem that she is the victim, but when looking at the facts only, it is obvious that the evidence all points against her. She has motives, Grace has left evidence, and her stories are not consistent with each other. The evidence, as well as the motives signifies her guilt, not her being a victim of an unfair system.

Grace's motives seem to be fairly simple, as they are based mostly on a love interest of Mr. Kinnear. Mr. Kinnear's love interest is Nancy Montgomery, who Grace absolutely despites. This hatred has more to do than the fact that Nancy involved herself with Thomas Kinnear...

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