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Paul Risker reviews the fifth episode of Sons of Anarchy season 5...

The war between two generations; the sins of the father; the future and staying alive… Three thematic devices featured in the latest episode of Sons of Anarchy...

The opening of episode five is reminiscent of the  season opener, featuring one in a long line of Jax Teller’s monologues, this time on the subject of hate, and tempering it in the face of enemies who derive pleasure from your suffering. He tells us, "But I know what hate does to a man, tears him apart, makes him into something he's not. Turns him into something he promised himself he'd never become." From this monologue then spirals the idea of the future expressed by Jax, Bobby and Chibs.

Jax observes, “When I think of my day, I realise most of it was spent cleaning up the damage of the day before, »

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