Rita Haywood And The Shawshank's Redemption is a very stereotyped book. But that is good, because when you read it you think you can guess the ending. It is true in some way. The ending is as many experienced readers may guess. But it displays it in such an amazing twist, that you are overwhelmed. It surprises you. But let's focus in the history: Andy Dufresne Is a banker who is thrown to jail for murdering his wife and her lover. But he didn't do it. Or at least that's what he says. There, he witnesses corruption and violence, not only in teh con's, but also in the Warden and guards. But in his heart, he raises hope, as the best thing of good things. I personally felt identified with the main character, imprisioned in a world i don't belogn to. It is a great book, everyone shoulde take a glance at it.