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Everyone Brave Is Forgiven Themes & Motifs

Chris Cleave
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In wartime, many people do whatever they can to help the war effort.

Everyone Brave is Forgotten explores the theme that people do whatever they can to help during times of war. This is especially true in World War II and of the people whose lives revolve around London at that time. In the novel, Mary, Alistair, Tom, Hilda, Simonson, and others do what they can to support Great Britain’s crusade against the horrors of Nazi Germany.

Forty-five minutes after war is declared, Mary quits finishing school and offers her services to the War Office. Mary is assigned to teach a class and to help prepare the kids as they are evacuated to the countryside. Mary’s role is considered vital to the war effort. Children are key to the future. They need to be educated and protected. More importantly, they deserve to be spared from...

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