In the novel Monster, what scenes depict Steve Harmon's humanity?

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Throughout the novel, Steve Harmon struggles to understand his identity after the prosecuting attorney, Sandra Petrocelli, calls him a monster. However, there are various scenes which portray Steve's humanity. Scenes that include Steve commenting on how he feels about life in jail and how he perceives himself depict his humanity. When one of the inmates comments that it is too late to put up a "holy front now," Steve says,

"In a way...

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