The Emotional Experience: I think the moment of Katharsis, or the process of "coming clean", came following the death Talbot's younger brother, showing the horrors of child labor. I felt he tragedy of his death brought the whole audience to a still silence, as everyone was shocked by the tragic death of this character. A character who sacrificed his childhood, working hard everyday and risking his life in the hopes of helping his older brother rise up in society through the church. It makes the audience wonder, "Was it all worth it?"; "How could he live a 'good life' if he never got the chance to appreciate the life he had?". With these thoughts in my head, I would relate to my own situation and wonder how I am deciding to live my life. I wonder if I am truly trying to appreciate the current life I have now rather than strive for a future life when I can achieve a 'Good Life'. Maybe if I just take the time now, even through my challenges, I can enjoy the 'Good Life' in my current daily life.