Let the Circle Be Unbroken Themes

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Nature

Let the Circle Be Unbroken addresses the importance of nature. Even the title itself suggests a natural cycle that always continues, despite the hardships that arise along the way. Nature is treated with the utmost respect by the characters, which is understandable. They are all farmers, and they depend upon the land for their basic human needs. The land sustains them and always provides. This gives the sharecroppers hope for their futures. Anything is possible, as long as nature does its part and brings forth a good crop. When Mr. Peck orders the Turners to destroy a portion of their crop, Moe disregards any rules of social. He reverts back to his primitive self, and actually attacks the white man. This is because Mr. Peck is not just taking away their crop; he is taking away their hope and faith in the land.

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