Experts, please help answer this question with respect to the chapter "The Enemy" by Pearl S Buck:

True humanity overpowers prejudices and has no barriers. Elaborate.


True humanity overpowers prejudices and has no barriers is completely evident from the story 'The Enemy'.  We as human being cannot hate someone. We can hate the crime or behaviour of the person but not the person as such. That's why even when our enemy comes in front of us, many times, we cannot do any harm to him. Our humanity overpowers prejudices. The same happens in the chapter 'the enemy'. Sadao hated Americans but when he saw one injured American he was not able to through him back into the sea.His wife had never seen any operation before but then also she cared for him. Sadao overcame all the prejudices and served the enemy.

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