F Themes & Motifs

Daniel Kehlmann
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Hypocrisy

This novel is rife with hypocrisy. One of the first instances is Arthur pretending to be a great father, but ends up leaving all of them again just after their nice father/sons outing. Later, there is the fact that Martin, a grown man, is a priest, and yet he has no faith. In fact, he figures that God just doesn't care, much like an absentee parent. Then, there's Eric, who is an investment broker and continually tells his clients that he treats them like family, getting them to give him money to invest without question. The truth is, though, that he's been anything but responsible with their money. Ivan, is no better than the rest. He is also engaged in pretending to be something he's not. He's masquerading as an art broker, when in reality he WAS the famous artist that he has been claiming...

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