John Singer Loneliness

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The underlining theme of loneliness is prevalent throughout the novel, but in this chapter it seemed vastly more prevalent. John Singer who is extremely less lonely than Jake which is surprising because of his lack of social communication skills he can use, is still lonely just not as much as Jake. The main reason of Singer Loneliness is consequently due to the fact that Antonopolis is away still. John Singer is like an epicenter of loneliness because of that fact that he is just someone to talk to for the lonelier people. Jake Blount is extremely on the left of the economic scale he is a radical Marxist. Back in that time period socialism was a sigma or taboo. This book I believe, even though it is set in the thirty’s, was written in the
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