Confessions of the Fox Themes & Motifs

Jordy Rosenberg
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An Allegory of Socialism

The story of Jack and Bess is, at its fundamental core, an allegory of socialism, using the characters and situations to argue the positive values of socialistic values.

Allegories are stories told about a set of characters and/or circumstances that explore a particular moral issue or experience. Such stories are often associated with religious teachings, but can also associated with more general, more secular belief systems. Socialism is one such system, a set of perspectives and practices in which the needs and work of the collective, or the community, are valued and respected alongside those of the individual. Individual identity is respected and honored; in effective socialism, the unique talents, skills, and personal qualities of each person are respected and honored by the community as a whole. Socialism exists and functions within a socio-economic-emotional-spiritual context that honors the contributions and qualities of...

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