The Symbolism Of John In The Climax Of The Road

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Character- John is a priest but he goes on a journey to really become a priest himself. In the story, his has many characteristics like he is very curious throughout the whole story and he is obviously adventurous. John is also ignorant because he doesn't know items such as a sink or an elevator he is also rebellious for going against what his father and what the village said about going east. John is a developing character meaning that he has many-sided personalities that change (for better or worse) by the end of the story. These characteristics are important to the story because the characteristics are what defines John and any other characters. The theme of the story- The theme of the story is wanting knowledge or wanting to know the…show more content…
The complication of the story would be his adventure to the dead places and what he encountered on his journey. The Climax of the story is when John has a vision of what New York looked like before it got destroyed and it got his mind thinking about how all of this happened. The resolution of the story is John decides to rebuild the dead place into something better than right now in its…show more content…
Society because on John adventures to the dead places he sees all of these broken down places made by society. In his final destination, he found the “gods” and it was real humans with technology advancements but they were the ones who made the dead places. Ultimately John decides that he is going to rebuild the dead places into a better place than what it is at right now. The other conflict Is with the reader and the best way to describe it would be alarming it describes the story it helps us to think that one day the world could be gone in a second. It can also be a wake-up call to the
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