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Uncle Deyo was Ajumobi’s bossom friend when he was alive. They usually worked on their farms like twins. After the death of Ajumobi, he(Deyo) helps Yaremi with difficult chores such as mending the leaky roof of her house and rebuilding the walls of her mud house.
Apparently, Deyo is a responsible friend. He takes Alani on a tour of his fathers farms and tells him what is expected of him as Ajumobi’s only son. Unlike most men, who would like to take advantage of the widow of their deceased friend, Uncle Deyo did not do that nor did he try to covet or possess the landed property of his friend who had died. He meticulously guided Alani, Ajumobi’s only son on what is expected of him in life and assisted Ajumobi’s widow, Yaremi, the best way he could. Indeed a close examination of the role of uncle Deyo shows that he is a good man and a trusted friend.
The trial marks the final stage in determining the fate of Bigger Thomas as well as the resolution of the conflict in the story.
From the presentation of both the defence and prosecution counsels, the role of public option or feeling in court judgement in highlighted. This is suggested by the attempt of each of the counsels to get this on his side. Each tries to whip up sentiments for or against his opponents as deemed appropriate.
At this trail of Bigger Thomas, he is not only on trial but his lawyer also tries to argue that the entire system is also on trial. Lawyer Max Boris argues that a system which produce Bigger Thomas is equally culpable as well as Bigger. Bigger Thomas crime is killing Mary Dalton and Bessie but his Lawyer argument is that the discrimination and racism is also responsible for Bigger Thomas crime. Everyone that benefits from capitalism and racism is equally on trial just as Bigger Thomas.
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