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Relationships in Fathers and Sons

Summary: Discusses the novel, Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev. This essay is about the intricate relationship between fathers and sons in the book and in the 20th century.
The novel, Fathers and Sons, by Ivan Turgenev is a novel which revolves around the intricate relationship between the father and the son. Within our society, change is always happening. This is no doubt because of the many ideals that we learn that help us bring a more optimistic point of view towards life. Because of this constant change between our lifetimes, there are many changes between our generations. It is not very likely that you see a person that is a replica, disregarding the physical aspects, of his/her great-great-grandfather. Throughout this novel, the reader sees the many differences, and conflicts that occur because of these differences, from the passing of generations during the nineteenth century in Russia.

Turgenev constantly gave the reader examples of the changes that went on in society. Bazarov, a major character who can be symbolized as society in general...

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