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and my wealth"1 The audience is now put in a position of power because they are aware of Barabas' evil intentions before the characters in the text. Accordingly, the audience starts to feel accountable as the intrigues of the plot unfold. Barabas' fate ends tragically and his narrative is a testament to the failure as a man and of the Machiavellian principles he tries to emulate. Barabas demonstrates a command over the world of the text. Being Jewish and affluent alienates him from the Christian Maltese society.
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Using the word "all" in the beginning of lives five through twelve help create a type of tension that demands the reader's awareness (Whitman 5-12). The tone of the poem helps give a loud, informative tone that will grab your attention in a shocking way. The primary message of the poem is said in the beginning, and at the end of the poem. Whitman after looking up at the stars says "A vast similitude interlocks all" (Whitman 4). In the end he also brings it up again "This vast similitude spans them, and always has spanned" (Whitman 13).
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