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Parable of the Sower

Summary: Provides a critical reaction to the book Parable of the Sower, by Octavia Butler. Explores the function of individualism in the text and examines the struggle of man against man.
Individualism plays a key role in this story and shows how being an individualistic society can be the downfall to the strongest country in the world. This essay will discuss the struggle of man versus man, man versus nature, and the author's intent in Parable of the Sower. Butler talks about many aspects of life and the struggle to survive, and this essay will explore three main ideas that occurred in this book.

The struggle of man versus man occurs throughout the whole story. The book starts out that Lauren is in her community behind a huge protective wall. The wall is there to protect her and her community from the rest of the world. When people start jumping over the fence to steal things from their community, guards are setup to prevent things from being stolen. This is a struggle between many versus man because...

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