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                  "Cunningham: My client is catatonic, he's incapable of signing.

                 Judge Littlefield: If he's catatonic, then how do you know he wants an appeal in the
                 first place?

                Judge Littlefield: Someone who was aware of his own self-inflicted erosion of the 
                capacity to be filled by Grace...Someone too prideful to ask for forgiveness even in
                the face of the fiery furnance. Or, maybe he doesn't bother askin', 'cuz he knows he 
                doesn't deserve it!

               Cunningham: Your Honor, the only person who needs forgiveness is the one who
               doesn't deserve it."

              - The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (p. 23). 

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    On this page, I will explore the idea of forgiveness in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by Stephen Adly Guirgis.


    December 2013