Frank O'Connor's the First Confession Essay | Essay

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Frank O'Connor's the First Confession

Summary: Describes how in Frank O'Connor's short story "The First Confession", Jackie, the main character, learns a lesson he'll always remember. Summarizes the story plot.

Learning plays an essential role in life. We learn something new everyday. In Frank O'Connor's short story "The First Confession", Jackie, the main character, learns a lesson he'll always remember. After Jackie's first confession, he could now be confident that he was not such a sinner, and that Nora, his sister, was wrong. While people focused on Jackie's own wrong doings, they weren't focusing on their own wrong actions. Sometimes people's ignorance can bring them into a whole different reality. Through certain characters and different incidents, O'Connor stresses his theme that people's ignorance can blind them from their own sins.

The main character's sister in the story, Nora, was blinded by her own ignorance. She was very dishonest, but hid it all behind an innocent look and nice smile. Every Friday her grandmother would get pension pay. She would suck up every penny she could from the grandma...

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