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Barabbas - Pages 22 through 41 Summary & Analysis

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As Barabbas walks around the city on the following day, noticing that some people are staring at him. He soon overhears some men talking, though they are trying to be quiet, and is certain they are talking about Jesus. When one of them mentions the darkness at the moment of Jesus' death, Barabbas leans closer, trying to hear, and they all fall quiet. One man, a large red-headed Galilean, is left alone after the others leave. Barabbas initiates a conversation and the man confides that the "Master" had been crucified at Golgotha. Barabbas says that he knows nothing about it and the large man says that it had been ordained to happen. Barabbas asks what was the point of the crucifixion and the man says that "he must suffer and die for us." Barabbas continues to ask questions and the man says that Jesus had...

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