WILL FAN AND MEDAL
(This is from the story "After Twenty Years") How is the reader meant to feel about Bob even though he is a wanted man? Why might the author do this? Use at least two pieces of textual evidence to explain and support your ideas. (10 points)
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Link to the story- http://www.classicreader.com/book/1745/1/
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The reader knows the "good" intentions of the wanted man. And most people don't like police officers. The readers connect with the main character. And uses other characters diologue to support the side