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Good morning class Read The Godfather By Mario Puzo Wrote 1969 The Godfather is a story about a Mafia family set in America in the 1940s The story centres on Michael Corleone son of Mafia boss Don Vito Corleone In the beginning Michael is a respected soldier who wants nothing to do with his fathers way of life His father feels the same way and is glad Michael feels that way too However after a series of events including his father being shot Michael slowly joins and soon takes control of his fathers organization Michael Corleone is the main character of The Godfather He is a respected retired soldier who recently returned from fighting for the United States in World War II While he loves his father dearly he hates his way of life The rest of his family are involved in the Mafia but Michael is determined not to follow However after he does get caught up his personality changes and he becomes more ruthless than his father At times I felt sympathetic towards Michael as you can see he does not want to become what he ends up being The main conflict of The Godfather Is Michaels dramatic change of life when he decides to start doing work for his father His father is upset when he first hears about this because he didnt want Michael becoming like himself The end is probably the most crucial part of the book This is when Michael makes his complete transformation from normal person to Mafia boss and ruthless killer After ordering the death of all his enemies and murdering his sisters husband Michael is questioned by his wife about the killings Earlier Michael had promised his wife he wouldnt lie to her but now the new cold Michael blatantly lies to her and effectively becomes everything he promised not to be Because the Godfather is an old book and
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