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Cider House Rules

Summary: This shows how Dr. Larch only performs abortions in special cases, while Homer will do it to anyone "Cider House Rules" by John Irving.
In Cider House Rules by John Irving, both the main characters Homer Wells and Dr. Wilbur Larch performed abortions to women back when it was deemed unethical and illegal. Though Homer and Dr. Larch both seem to see abortions in different lights, Dr. Larch will only perform abortions to women not caring if the pregnancy came from rape or some other unwanted form. While Homer will perform an abortion to anyone with no discrimination of age, however, the abortions need to seem morally and justly right.

Homer lives in St. Cloud's, which is an orphanage, for most of his life, for he could not find his home with any foster parents, so he made his home St. Cloud's. Dr. Larch, who delivered Homer, is almost like a father figure to him, since he is the only male figure that Homer can look up to. So for this...

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