All the Wind in the World Themes & Motifs

Samantha Mabry
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The Relationship between Sarah and James

Love has its own problems. Sarah and James each claim to be deeply in love. They have spent a lot of time together, enduring hardships and holding onto the hope of a better future. While their love seems to be strong, they face issues at a maguey farm called Real Marvelous that test their devotion. Tragedies pile up, but the events come to a close with them living together as husband and wife, building a new life together.

Sarah is the narrator of the story and the reader only sees the events from her perspective, meaning the reader cannot know how James truly feels. Based on his actions and his conversations with Sarah, it seems that he loves her as much as she claims to love him. They fear showing their love openly in when they are in the presence of...

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