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The Inheritor

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "The Inheritor" by Frank Roberts.
Conflict arises when you least expect it. For example, in the fictional short story The Inheritor, by Frank Roberts, a man is faced with conflict when an unsuspected flood comes forcing himself, a dingo and an ewe to the top of a hill in the middle of the Australian outback. The theme of this narrative symbolizes life; the strong compassionate protecting the weak and innocent from the cruel and vicious.

Feeling it was his duty as the intelligent human, the man was protecting those who cannot protect themselves. "He felt that if he should abandon the ewe and leap to safety he would diminish his own kind on the face of the earth." The sheep did nothing wrong except be in the wrong place at the wrong time and did not deserve the cruel torture that would come of it if the dingo had of gotten to it...

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