The Good Earth Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Good Earth.
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Summary: Pearl S. Buck's second novel accentuates personalities and physical appearances, setting and conflict to develop its plot. The apparent conflict within the introduction of the story is simply Wang Lung, and his family's struggle to survive in the impoverished area in which they live, and the numerous struggles they encounter.
First Summary - Novel: The Good Earth

The following summary of Pearl S. Buck's second novel: The Good Earth, will include: an introduction of the main characters, a description of those characters' personalities and physical appearances, a description of the setting, an explanation of the apparent conflict, and a brief plot summary.

Wang Lung, his old widowed father, O-Lan; Wang Lung's wife and a life long slave to the great house of Hwang, are the main characters.

Wang Lung is a painfully average farmer, shrouded in burnished earth hued swart skin blackened by the hot sun, eternally hung above the friable fields. A lacquered ebony braid adorns his bald head, spilling down his back. Wang Lung, teeming with pride seeks a servitude and passive wife to bear him many sons, to amass great wealth. His widowed Father remains nameless, and his presence serves solely to provide greater insight...

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