Mudbound Themes

Hillary Jordan
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Family

In this novel, there are two types of families. The first type of family is the kind that loves one another, the one that sticks together through whatever might happen, and who survive hardships together. Two families fill this requirement in this novel in different ways. The Jacksons are clearly a close family. Hap is a strong, God-fearing man who works hard to care for his family and to save to someday buy a farm of his own. His wife is equally as strong, a woman who speaks her mind and works hard to provide as she sees fit. These two have raised four strong kids, three of whom are still minors, but one who is grown and has made them proud by fighting for his country in World War II. However, it is all this son has learned in Europe that brings pain on the family, forcing...

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