Compose an analytical essay which carefully considers the message of forgiveness and its importance that Immaculee Ilibagiza promotes in her book Left to Tell. Why does she see forgiveness as so necessary? What is important about forgiveness? What does forgiveness give to men? What is the opposite of forgiveness, and how does it undermine man's good? How can men forgive one another? For what sorts of things do men need to forgive one another? What are some examples of forgiveness in the book? Where is forgiveness lacking, and how does it affect Rwanda?
As she, along with several other women, spend months in hiding in the bathroom, Immaculee lives in a sort of constant fear. Examine this fear in a well-organized essay that, using sources from the text, describes the nature of such a constant fear. What effects does it have on the person? How does...
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