Rojas draws on the prideful wanderer in the classic tradition of the
Prodigal Son, but his character finds a welcome from strangers.</span>
Thank you so much for the points! <3
It is true because the protagonist does not have to be the good guy they are just the main focus.
What I think about this is my opinion is I think it is worth it to sacrifice your own happiness to honor what I believe is right.
It is part of the rising action of the story, which builds the reader's suspense about how Master Hauchecorne will prove his innocence.
"The Piece of String" is a short story about how Maitre Hauchecorne was wrongly accused of theft. Although Maitre Hauchecorne swears that he is not responsible for the crime, no one believes him and if he fails to prove his innocence, he will suffer serious consequences. This moment in history is called rising action and this is where suspense is built because the reader needs to know how Master Hauchecorne will prove his innocence.