A Day No Pigs Would Die

What are the motifs in A Day No Pigs Would Die by Robert Newton Peck?

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Death is a motif that is repeated throughout the story. Whether it is the death of the rabbit from the hawk or the death of Pinky the pig, or even the death of Roberts father: death play a major role in Robert's maturation process.