Conflict In The Street Lawyer

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Conflict in the Street Lawyer


John Grisham in his novel The Street lawyer addresses the issue of homelessness and considers it as a disease deteriorating the very framework of our society. Grisham believes that we all should consider society's moral standards and enrich our understanding about what's right and wrong. He defines a character of a homeless person that influences and motivates Michael Brock a delicate young lawyer, making his way to the top of a reputable law firm Drake & Sweeney, in Washington D.C. The idea behind the conflict is the realization of what is right and what is wrong. This ...
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