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Two by Two Themes & Motifs

Nicholas Sparks
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Fathers are just as important in the lives of their children as mothers.

Fathers are just as important in the lives of their children as mothers. The novel Two by Two addresses the traditional, time-tested rule that a child needs both a mother and a father in life. Each parent provides different qualities necessary for the child to thrive. All too often, fathers are ignored or deemed unimportant.

When the novel begins, Russell lives a traditional American life. He is the sole breadwinner for the family, while Vivian stays home to raise London. London is always happy to see Russell when he returns home, but both wish they were spending more time with each other. It is clear that London naturally tends toward her mother early on, as it is her mother with whom she spends the most time. Nevertheless, this does not stop London from spending...

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