The Hunt Themes

Andrew Fukuda
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Good versus Evil

The primary plot throughout the entire novel is that of good versus evil. Biblical symbolism can be found throughout the book, such as when the vampires lure the Hepers away with the promise of fruit trees, which is biblical symbolism of the Garden of Eden. Additionally, Gene has an inner struggle with good versus evil. As another human being, Ashley June also has an inner struggle with choosing between right and wrong, while doing what she has to do in order to stay alive.

Gene struggles with the good and evil of saving the lives of the Hepers, which can also cost Gene his own life. He also struggles with his romantic feelings for Ashley June because he thinks their love is forbidden since he thinks Ashley June is a vampire. The Hepers are in a constant struggle against their enemies, the vampires. The Hepers seem...

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