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Violence is using physical force intentionally to hurt a person or group resulting in injury or death In both of the stories violence is evident Violence can result in injury or death it can cause people to overreact and people also use violence to release their anger towards a person or group Thinking before you act is a common saying but if people who are going to commit violent acts actually did it better things can come out of it then injury or deathWhen people decide to commit violent acts they either know the result they want or dont either way these acts can result in death or injury That is why thinking before you act plays an important role because if you dont serious consequences can occur In the book Twins by Eric Wright the whole plot is the husband is cheating on his wife Lucy and he wants to kill her but she finds the wig makeup and gun in the tackle box The husband thinks she wont find it but when she does she puts all the pieces together herself When she figures out that he is going to attempt to kill her she makes sure that his plan backfires and she ends up killing him Similarly in the book Road Out of Eden by Randall Grace violence results in death This occurs when a group of friends Steven Jason Michael and Kevin are getting bullied by another boy Joe Ron The four boys are really scared of Joe Ron and every time they get bullied by him they dont know what to do They want to stand up for themselves but cant Eventually Kevin Wall decides to stand up for him and his friends The next time they met in the forest Kevin ended up killing Joe Ron He felt like eliminating the problem for good Death and violence seem to correspond but violence can also cause one to overreact Holding
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