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Need an argumentative essay on The Killer Inside Me. Needs to be 10 pages. Please no plagiarism.The reader is involved with Lou from the very beginning and without judging the truthfulness of his narr
Need an argumentative essay on The Killer Inside Me. Needs to be 10 pages. Please no plagiarism.
The reader is involved with Lou from the very beginning and without judging the truthfulness of his narration the readers are engaged in unravelling the cold-blooded crimes committed by him with the underlying justification of revenge. More than the description of the crimes, what is more, important is his cynical state of mind, which gets reflected in the way he needles people around him especially by his words which often bore them. He declares his sickness to be perhaps of psychosomatic origin. However, Lou Ford on the outside leads the normal life of a respectable cop who is well-liked by his superiors especially Sheriff Maples. It is the perversion of Lou’s mind, whether it is about sexual encounters or pure cases of murder that gives shape to the plot with an underlying motive of exploring the bifurcated personality of Ford.
The novel begins with Lou’s encounter with the proprietor of a restaurant and before that a waitress in the same place. Lou Ford comes to the readers as a fine, polished kind-hearted person unless he begins drawing his sentences during his conversation with the proprietor. Lou does not carry a gun because he does not think about crooks like the way people do. Despite being a cop, he thinks that people are “a little misguided. You don’t hurt them, they won’t hurt you. They’ll listen to reason” (Thompson 4). While the proprietor is really nice to Ford and thanks him for showing his son the right way, he initially replies casually, saying that it was not big deal and all he did was to show him some interests about life. The proprietor insists on complimenting him by stating “because you are good, you make others so” (Thompson 4). Till this point readers would be impressed with Ford who seems to be a perfect human being apart from being an ideal lawkeeper. The author switches the opinions about Ford quite briskly as the narrator states, “I liked the guy—as much as I like most people, anyway—but he was too good to let go. Polite, intelligent: guys like that are my meat.” .