The paper focuses on the early books’ depiction of Lucius’ comic life. The paper delves on Lucius’ transformation to a religious person. The story shows Lucius favorable transformation.
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The story shows some victims use their might to overpower the intruding robbers (Relihan 11). In one instance, the court emphasized that the defensive act of victim to successful overpower and kill the robbers resulted to the court’s handing down the death penalty on the robbery victim (Relihan 13).
Further, the story shows the people’s fear of robbers (Relihan 19). The story emphasizes that people should not buy expensive furniture. Buying expensive furniture tempts the robbers to force their entry into the home. The forced entry often leads to robbery and possibly murder or causing harm to the home residents (Relihan 19). In one robbery case, the criminals robbed Arignotus. Since Arignotus tried to prevent the robbery, the robbers cut Arignotus’ throat, killing the victim (Relihan 33). However, Lucius was able to kill the three night- attacking robbers who entered his abode. When charged in court for the murder of the three robbers, Lucius espoused he had to right, as one of the community’s good citizens, to kill the robbers in self defense (Relihan 50). The crowd laughs at Lucius’ defense reasons, creating comic scenes (Relihan 53).
On the other hand, Book 11 solemnity shows a person’s capacity to adapt to changes in life. In Book 11, Lucius does whatever is possible to return to his former human self. Lucius does everything in his power to persuade heaven’s queen to return Lucius to his former human form (Relihan 233). After Lucius complies with the heaven queen’s priesthood steps, the queen permits Lucius to return to his human form. After complying with instructions of the heaven queen, Lucius is returned to Rome and is promoted to the prestigious Pastophori College (Relihan 254).
Lucius is now transformed. His transformation removes his prior personality. His prior personality is being credulous and being easily duped. In Book 11, Lucius prioritizes religious
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