The Good Earth Essay | Meaning of a Family in "The Good Earth"

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Meaning of a Family in "The Good Earth"

Summary: It is an essay about the ideology of a family in China represented in the book "the Good Earth" by Pearl S. Buck.
The simple thought of the warmth of the house full with children and a partner of our life awakes our desires. Therefore, family is something everyone dreams of while being a kid, a teenager or even an adult. All the enjoyable advantages makes us want have a "happy family." Nevertheless, rarely we think of it as a responsibility. Even though, family connects with pleasure and love, it also does complicate our lives. Looking through different generations and civilizations we acknowledge the family as unity but not always as joy and happiness.

Reading the book "The Good Earth", by Pearl S. Buck, we recognize family as a tradition - not will, as a responsibility - not release. Since the author emphasized the importance of marriage, there appears to be the question about its purpose. By simply looking at the common sense...

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