Jayber Crow: A Novel

What are the motifs in Jayber Crow: A Novel by Wendell Berry?

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One recurring theme or motif in the novel is that of progress, specifically, Jayber's opposition to change and desire to keep things the way they are. Crow sees progress as a sign of dependence, shallowness, and greed.

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Jayber Crow: A Novel