Point of Impact Themes

Stephen Hunter
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Good versus Evil

In many ways, this story is the epitome of "good versus evil." While Bob Lee Swagger is being called a fugitive and assassin, he continues to work toward clearing his name. He is ultimately a good person despite the fact of having been a sniper in the army, and he is an honorable person. One example of his goodness occurs in his role in the burning of the church. The church is destroyed because Bob runs into the building. He later says that he knew the building would burn and that he selected that building for two reasons. One was the fact that tunnels existed below the building, dating back to the days when the church harbored runaway slaves in their quest for freedom. The other reason he selected that location was that the church members were trying to raise money to build a new church...

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