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Aspects of Killing in The Sacrifice To kill does not only mean to take ones life but instead it also carries the meaning of ending an important factor in ones life Killing also has a lot of other meanings but the main factor of killing leads to death there are many more the author Adele Wiseman displays the many different aspects to kill in the novel The Sacrifice by dealing with a lot of situations that would kill an individuals heart Ie Loss of a loved one etc The ways to kill an individual portrayed in the novel are removal from religious beliefs Racism to the two brothers and the death of Laiah Two of these points deal with death itself but the other results in the killing of the families beliefs and way of living The family way forced to give up their religious beliefs and convert to another faith This had a strong effect on how the family was to function because they already had rules regulations and guidelines to follow that dealt with the religion they were with When they were forced to change everything was forced to change with it like what they ate what they did how they acted etc This played a big role in the killing of the family because what it eventually did was break up the family so that it was sort of dysfunctional The family suffered severely from the change in religion Racism another important factor in the novel which lead to the actual aspect of death This was portrayed at the start of the novel when it talks about how Abrahams two sons got hung in the Town Square for the same fact of being a different racereligion This was hard for that family to deal with and for a long while it was also killing the family members inside to know that they had loss loved ones Especially Abraham whom loss
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