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What is the main conflict in Wilderness by Jim Morrison?

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Jamaica tells its story in the form of snippets of thought that communicate the frightening foreignness and the corruption that brings so much conflict and sadness to the people there. His visit there must have made him very uneasy, and certainly rekindled his affection for his mother country. It also served to reinforce any distaste he may have had for slavery and racism, since they were demonstrated so freely before him.

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