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Essay | Grace Mark is Guilty in "Alias Grace"

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Grace Mark is Guilty in "Alias Grace"

Summary: The circumstances and actions of Grace Mark in Margaret Atwood's "Alias Grace" shows that she was the murderer of Nancy Montgomery and Thomas Kinnear.
Based on a horrible murder in 1843 in Canada, the novel " Alias Grace" tells the story of a young Irish-born servant girl who plans to kill her employer and his mistress. It is a very horrifying tragedy. An analysis of Grace Mark's behavior reveals many things. Her actions in the novel show that she is guilty of the murders of Thomas Kinnear and Nancy Montgomery. She plans with a man named James McDermott, hired help, to kill the love of her life and the mistress he is seeing.

Alias Grace begins after a Grace has served eight years in prison. She is twenty-four years old. She is transferred from prison to an asylum over time to examine her activity to see if she is a sane human being. She doesn't cooperate with the doctors and there questioning. She remains silent when they visit like...

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