What concept of justice does each member of the Price family and other characters in The Poisonwood Bible hold? At Bikoki Station, in 1965, Leah reflects, "I still know what justice is." Does she?
Leah still knows justice because she has maintained the same conception of justice throughout the novel. To her, justice means freedom from interference and the ability to stand up and make choices for oneself. These concepts are a vital part of Leah’s identity throughout the novel, so when she says that she “still know[s] what justice is,” the operative word is “still.”