it's a pretty daunting story that they tell here. There is not much to decipher really or no metaphors whatsoever. It's a pretty clear story of a man who did something unforgivable and Janie had to stop him. Still these two lines are the ones that always call my attention. In a way, it clears out how some people don't change and some of the things that they do are just wrong and nobody wants to take care of fixing it. But then Janie kills him and the deal is not fixed, she killed someone, but it was the only way out as well.