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The Main Dilemma in "the Good Earth"

Summary: "The Good Earth" by Pearl S. Buck
In every story there are dilemnas which the characters have to face. Sometimes they are insignificant and other times they are significant. Without a dilemna, a story would be very dry and boring. The book, "The Good Earth" by Pearl S. Buck is filled with dilemnas as it is the story of one man's life.

"The Good Earth" is the story of Wang Lung, who is a farmer living in China during the reign of the last emperor. Throughout this story there are many dilemnas. Unlike most stories where there is just one main dilemna, this story has a collection of dilemnas, which is basically the way life is.

The novel begins with Wang Lung waking up on the day of his marriage. His soon-to-be wife is a slave from the great House of Hwang where she has been since her...

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