Devil on the Cross

Devil on the Cross

Significance of the devil's feast in the novel devil on the cross

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The significance of the Devil's Feast can be seen in the purpose of the feast itself. The feast is a celebration of the visit by the International Organization of Thieves and Robbers. The celebration or commemoration of theft and robbery stands against something the majority of us see as unethical..... wrong. In context, the reader, like the characters, are being asked to answer whether or not “theft and robbery [is] a bad thing all the time, in all places, for all people?”

Using your own knowledge and personal experience, might you agree?

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Devil on the Cross