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Symbolism in "Such a Long Journey"

Summary: Symbolism such as natural disasters in "Such a Long Journey," a novel by Rohinton Mistry.
Such A Long Journey is a novel that explores the journey of one man and his family. The life of the main character in this book, Gustad Noble drastically transforms after his son does not follow Gustad's dreams. Gustad very instantly, changes from a gentle, understanding and proud father to an uncaring and harsh role model for his son. Soon in the novel Gustad's problems with himself and his family quickly multiply and almost immediately increase the stress between his friends and neighbors. Through his eyes Gustad is trapped in a world that involves dealing with illegal activity to help a friend, an unstable relationship with his family, which help him find inner peace. Rohinton Mistry has incorporated distinct symbols that continue to affect the lives of individuals in his novel Such A Long Journey. Among the various symbols presented, some of the more significant signs include the...

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