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The Chamber A Look Into the Novel and Film Stories about crime prove to be a strong part of Americas entertainment in this day In The Chamber John Grisham writes about a Klansman who is convicted of murder and a grandson who tries to save his grandfather is on death row This story is now a major motion picture This story carries a strong emotional following to it because it both questions and supports the death penalty in different ways Grisham shows this when he writes Ive hurt a lot of people Adam and I havent always stopped to think about it But when you have a date with the grim reaper you think about the damage youve done The messages about the death penalty are brought about in different ways in the film and in the novel Although the novel and film adaptation of The Chamber have some significant differences the plot and character perspectives are used to convey a political message about the death penalty 378 The various characters in The Chamber have different traits and backgrounds that affect their perspectives on certain issues Sam Cayhall is one of the main characters in the story whose background is filled with hate because of his connection with the Klan The second member of the team was a Klansman by the name of Sam Cayhall The FBI knew that Cayhalls father had been a Klansman Grisham 2-3 Sam who is brought up under the influence of the Ku Klux Klan uses politically incorrect terms for other minorities when he talks with Adam Cayhall in death row You Jew boys never quit do you How many nigger partners do you have Just great The Jew bastards have sent a greenhorn to save me Ive known for a long time
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