The Song of the Lark Essay | Character Analysis of Thea in "The Song of the Lark"

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Character Analysis of Thea in "The Song of the Lark"

Summary: An analysis of Thea's progression as a character and musician in the book "The Song of the Lark" by Willa Cather.
There are but a few basic formats that are most often used in the development of fictional literature. The most commonly used is that consisting of introduction, conflict, and then finally, the resolution. The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather is exceptionally interesting in the way Cather used this formula while cleverly creating ambiguity within the conflict and resolution. The Song of the Lark's main character, Thea, is struggling in the pursuit of success as a musician. However, it is clear that as this character achieves her success, she undergoes a great deal of personal and social loss. One of the most notable qualities of this particular story of pursuit of success is that the premise is neither based solely around tragedy nor around a moral stating the benefits of hard work. The largest underlying theme of this novel...

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