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The Green Mile A Celebration of the Human Spirit The Green Mile may seem a far cry from a novel that celebrates life and the human spirit however many situations discovered throughout the novel muddle and bewilder general beliefs of life and death good and evil and innocence and guilt The serial novel itself is not what it appears to be The novel mentions Death Row an electric chair and death but what The Green Mile is about is not the aforementioned subjects The Green Mile is about celebrating the human spirit The Green Mile celebrates the human spirit by condemning and troubling those who would take the human spirit and appear to have taken it and regarding those who possess the power to heal the human spirit with wonder and awe The Green Mile supports the human spirit by not advocating and therefore condemning the premature ending of the human spirits physical manifestation The Good Book reads in the Gospel of Mark chapter 9 verse 40 For whoever is not against us is for us E Block is Death Rows predecessor Men and women convicted of murder spend the rest of their lives on E Block waiting for the Grim Reaper to take them to eternal damnation Paul Edgecombe the head of E Block states the following pertaining to murderers The Good Book saysthere is no eternal life for themthey go straight to hell 93 They are forever separated from God because they took one or more of His greatest creatures The killers victims are no longer able to enjoy the pleasures of an earthly life They are robbed of that opportunity because they were taken before their appointed time Paul Edgecombe is not a murderer only because the death penalty is legal however he must atone for his executions Pauls involvement in E Block haunts him partly because he knows he is a killer who has
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