Kill A Mockingbird, Antigone, And The Art Of Racing In The Rain

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In society death has become a normal occurrence. Death has been portrayed in various ways throughout literature and life, it is often seen as a looming prowler, the greatest continuance of life or a general mystery. These common beliefs has started conversations about finality, closure, and endings. Even though, death and closure are universal realities of human existence. These endings can take many forms and teach many different lessons to those who remain. The death of a character in a work can: develop the story or exploit a theme. This concept is shown in numerous ways throughout literature, this is presented in To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Antigone by Sophocles, Of Mic and Men by John Steinbeck and The Art of Racing in the rain
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