Shotgun Lovesongs Themes & Motifs

Nickolas Butler
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Big City versus Small Town Living

One of the issues that surfaces often in the relationships spotlighted in this novel is the differences between those who prefer to live in small towns and those who prefer to live in big cities. Each relationship has its own dynamics. The differences in preferences can cause a relationship to flounder.

Because Henry inherited his father’s dairy farm, it was never a big question for he and Beth where they would live. Even though she enjoys her trip to New York for Lee’s wedding, Beth soon finds herself ready to go home. She feels out of place in the city, like she would always be a tourist and never a resident.

For Chloe, there is no question where she prefers to live. Although she seems to enjoy her time in Little Wing, she tells Lee that people like them...

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