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The Winds of War Themes

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Themes

Love

Victor and Rhoda Henry have been married twenty-five years at the time of this story. They have three grown children and both admit that they are comfortable with the other, often predicting what the other will do and say. However, both are caught up in their emotions when a chance at new love comes their way.

Victor is immediately captivated by Pamela Tudsbury. He admits that Rhoda is able to capture a man's immediate attention, but complains that Rhoda lacks depth. It seems that Pamela attracts him at least partly because of her intellect. He initially thinks that she would be a perfect match for his son, Warren, and goes so far as to make plans to introduce the two. That does not work out before Warren announces his engagement. Victor notes that Pamela is "mousy" and likely could not have stood up against the woman Warren marries...

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