The Role Of Fate In Truman Capote's In Cold Blood

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No matter what people tell others about “what goes around comes around”, nothing will ever alter true destiny. One might be very noble and tactful, but if it is meant that something bad will happen to, he or she has no way of turning that around. Instead, the true test of nobility would be determined after one deal with such problems. This was the case in Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood. This tragedy is compiled of regret, deceit, and redemption. But for just about every character in the story, destiny and karma has sealed the fate of the bad and even the noble. The ones that sin in In cold Blood end up paying for their deadly motives fatally not only because it is typical for an antagonist to, but because of karma and destiny. Perry Edward

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