Three Junes Themes & Motifs

Julia Glass
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Happiness is important in human life

Happiness is important in human life, argues Julia Glass in her novel Three Junes. A human life without happiness is not a complete human life, and a life without happiness may be seen as not worth living. Happiness is not always easy to come by, but it must always be sought. Most often, it comes through love.

When the novel begins, a heartbroken and recently widowed Paul travels to Greece for a change of scenery, and to get his mind off his deceased wife. He has difficulty adjusting to life without her, including in Greece. Marjorie reminds Paul that he must always seek happiness where he can find it, and that life is something worth living even when things get tough. While in Greece, Paul comes to be happier than he has been in years during his brief flirtations with Fern...

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