Miles to Go (Walk) Themes & Motifs

Richard Paul Evans
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Suicide

Suicide is a theme of the novel because two of the main characters of this novel have considered taking their own lives. After the death of his wife, followed immediately by the loss of his business and his home, Alan finds himself alone with a bottle of pills. Alan considers taking the pills, of ending his life and going to wherever his beloved wife has gone. However, Alan decides to go for a walk instead.

In Spokane, Angel/Nicole is a woman who has lost everything she ever had. Angel/Nicole’s parents fell apart, her father committing suicide as his wife walked out of his life. Angel/Nicole turned to a cold, self-centered man for love, only to find that the opinion of his mother was enough to make what little love he felt for Angel/Nicole die. Angel/Nicole had her child, a loving...

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