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12 angry man’ was written by the writer ‘Reginald Rose’. This is a famous play and an excellent example of a socially aware, psychologically focused American style of mid-20th century realism, portraying ordinary people in daily situations. May the most attention is the responsibility of jurors, they seem to bother to think twice the case before the first vote, except jurors 8. Jurors 8 vote ‘ Not guilty’ against 11 votes of “ guilty’ from other guys, so this is the most interesting me in this story ‘one against many’ perseverance, belief injustice, jurors 8 made other people change their mind.

The first, the story begins in the jury court of New York, prepared a jury decision for a case of an 18-year-old poor young man accused of stabbing his father, the jurors voted to ‘not guilty’ the boy will be released on a verdict innocent and obviously if found ‘guilty’, the boy will receive a death sentence and the verdict must 12 juror’s vote. This is a person’s life but the jurors at first seem to take the decision lightly, they did not think this case carefully and then decide quickly, expect jurors 8 who believe that we need to discuss before the verdict is made. This vote made another man become angry, according to jurors 10, who believe that most people living in the slums are more likely to kill than other people and jurors 7 just quick decisions because he needs to watch the baseball. This creates a direct antagonism among other jurors when jurors 8 chosen ‘not guilty’ (10th jurors shout, "Boy-oh-boy! There's always one") Jurors 8's weakness is made clear here, we soon understand that our protagonist 's job is to persuade those 11 other jurors, he still does what he thinks right, it is framed as an act of bravery, standing up against the community to do what's right.

The discussion took place, the 8th jurors make the story stand out, he pointed out these reasonable doubt, It's kind of like a knot that needs debugging. As a discussion starts on the murder weapon, known as the knife bought by the defendant, the "one-of-a-kind" knife, the 8th Juror shocks the others by offering the same knife that he had bought in the pawnshop two blocks from where the boy had stayed a few nights earlier. However, This rational point law still doesn't convince others to change their minds, the 8 jurors think have any reasonable doubt in this case but he wants to respect another man so he decided that if the vote again, he still alone he will vote ‘guilty’ and one person vote for him because of wanting to hear more discussion. Although the juror 8 have not too many people follow him, he still used firm arguments to prove that he is right and believe the truth.

"12 angry men" tend to represent the types of people's personalities within society. It then tells us the positive and poor things in society. Because of a baseball fan, a person's life is taken lightly and he needs to go home early to see it. If the 8th judge also decided, it was no different from the unjust death of a child. And there we see in the storey the 8th Judge's significance. He's still cool, using persuasive arguments to reassure the boy isn't guilty. Not all like him can do one against others. This theme as a point the most important in the story, the story teaches us to believe yourself more than society or other people think of you, often we do only that which we think is true and you will prove the world you are right.

The 8th judge also stood out and faced the others. It represents the American citizen's fine. Morality, compassion, humility and a belief in the truth. 8th Jury Official: “Look, this boy's been kicked around all his life. You know - living in a slum, his mother dead since he was nine. He spent a year and a half in an orphanage while his father served a jail term for forgery. That's not a very good head start. He had a pretty terrible sixteen years. I think maybe we owe him a few words. That's all”. To be accused in a hurry and for sure when he's a man living in a slum is not fair to a child. He isn't particularly sure that the child is innocent. He acknowledges that he's not sure but he thinks it's the boy's right to at least give him a reasonable shot. He tries to protect the weaker man than he.

There is a chilling reversal at the end of the storey when all the jurors turn their votes to "not guilty," except for the 3rd Juror, point 8 of which points out, "It's eleven to one ... you're alone." his moment is pointedly described as one stubborn man, refusing to go over to the side of reason and on the contrary, at the beginning of the storey the quote was repeated by 11 jurors telling him that he was wrong and 'you are alone' was a circumstance which made irony and reinforced the sense of 'one against many' in this story. Rose compares these moments to give the play a clear point of view, as well as to describe the two Jurors.

We saw American society in the mid-20th century through the storey of the "12 angry guys." There is always a lot of conflicts a virtue if we believe it is true. Ignore what's around us doing exactly the same thing.

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12 angry man’ (Do not begin any English sentence with a digit. And please get the name correct. It should be "Twelve Angry Men") was written by the writer ‘Reginald Rose’. (Author's names are not in quotes.) (Your style is too verbose. This can be better written: The famous play, Twelve Angry Men, by Reginald Rose is an excellent example....) This is a famous play and an excellent example of a socially aware, psychologically focused American style of mid-20th century realism, portraying ordinary people in everyday daily situations. May (??) the most attention is the responsibility (I do not understand what you mean.) of jurors, they seem to bother to think twice the case before the first vote, except jurors 8. Jurors 8 vote‘ Not guilty’ against 11 eleven votes of “ guilty’ from other guys, so this is the most interesting me in this story ‘one against many’ perseverance, belief injustice, jurors 8 made other people change their mind.


(The yellow highlighting indicates grammatical errors. For example, Juror #8 is one person, not more than one. So you need to write "Juror #8 voted".

Your first paragraph is not logical. It rambles from one idea to another. You need to have your thesis statement in the first paragraph. I cannot tell what your thesis is.)

The first, the story begins in the jury court (in a court) of New York, prepared (This verb has no subject. Who or what prepared the decision?) )a jury decision for a case of an 18-year-old poor young man accused of stabbing his father, (You have a comma splice error. This is incorrect punctuation. You cannot join two sentences with a comma.) the jurors voted to‘not guilty’ the boy will be released on a verdict innocent and obviously if found ‘guilty’, the boy will receive a death sentence and the verdict must 12 juror’s vote. (ungrammatical. ) This is a person’s life but the jurors at first seem to take the decision lightly, (Comma splice error) they did not think this case carefully and then decide quickly, expect (wrong word) jurors 8 who believe that we (We - you mean you and me?) need to discuss (Discuss what?) before the verdict is made. This vote made another man become angry, according to jurors 10, who believe that most people living in the slums are more likely to kill than other people and jurors 7 just quick decisions because he needs to watch the baseball. (Ungrammatical) This creates a direct antagonism among other jurors when jurors 8 chosen‘not guilty’ (10th jurors shout, "Boy-oh-boy! There's always one") Jurors 8's weakness is made clear here, (Comma splice error) we soon understand that our protagonist 's job is to persuade those eleven 11 other jurors, (Comma splice error) he still does what he thinks right, (Comma splice error) it is framed as an act of bravery, standing up against the community to do what's right.

(Check the rest of your essay for comma splice errors, and errors in using the plural "jurors" when you mean one person. Check your sentences that all verbs have a proper subject, and there is an object when required. Check the verb tenses. You can use present or past, but be consistent.)

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