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The Inner Self in the Outside World

Summary: Fences by August Wilson: The Awakening by Kate Chopin: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte:
Answers, "Does turmoil in people promote chaos in the world, or does chaos in the world create turmoil in people?"
The Inner Self in the Outside World

Does turmoil in people promote chaos in the world, or does chaos in the world create turmoil in people? To uncover a single answer to such a question is impossible. Therefore, those who seek a solution find themselves at a stalemate, and the query posed becomes rhetorical. Nevertheless, it initiates another inquiry worth thought and reflection: since the chaotic world is already well-established, whether or not a product of human havoc, how is one to escape it and live uninhibitedly? Fences, by August Wilson, The Awakening, by Kate Chopin, and Wuthering Heights, by Emily Brontë embody people who struggle against the chaos in the world to be rid of personal turmoil. The characters in the novel took different approaches to find and free their innermost selves in the midst of societal disorder, and the ultimate resolution...

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