Perfect Little World: A Novel Themes & Motifs

Kevin Wilson
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Family Is The Single Most Critically Important Component Of Society

Family is the single most critically important component of society, argues Kevin Wilson in his novel Perfect Little World. The entire novel itself revolves around the idea of family, and how to strengthen it because it is so important that the children who come from these families are well-equipped to handle life and lead the way into the future.

The traditional, nuclear family is so important to society, but is in such a difficult state, that people like Grind and Brenda want to find ways to bolster it. Divorces, illegitimate births, single parents, cohabitation, and other challenges to the family structure can have very negative consequences on child development. Grind and Brenda know this firsthand. Grind’s own parents considered him more an experiment than an actual child, whereas Brenda grew up in an orphanage since her...

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