Catch-22 Essay | The Presence of God in "Catch-22"

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The Presence of God in "Catch-22"

Summary: Explores the presence of God in the novel "Catch-22."
God, it seems like every novel I read has something to do with God. Either someone is losing faith or they are finding it. Sometimes in the novels I read people think they are God. Sometimes the characters don't believe in God and sometimes the religion is within themselves. In Catch-22 the presence of God is not as great as the lack of God.

In the novel the chaplain is our main source of religion. Although he misses his family he would rather live in a tent in the woods alone. The Chaplains full name is Albert Taylor Tappman; his last name is a metaphor. Many people interpret his name as the meaning of one who taps or pierces the meaning of issues. In the novel the chaplain taps the issue of the nature of good and evil.

The chaplain ultimately becomes the Christ...

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