The Road By Cormac Mccarthy And The Red Rising

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The Road by Cormac McCarthy and the Red Rising by Pierce Brown, shows and explains how both books are different but show some same qualities. Both books show, love,and good vs evil. although both books where written in different years they both show same qualities of themes. In The Road by Cormac McCarthy shows love through different varieties of ways. Love is shown through relationship, with the protagonist and his son. All though the boy might think at some point his father is being to rough on him, his father just wants whats best for him. he also loves him very much he just wants whats best for him. Along the journey his father treats with desIn the novelserts and sweets, such as soda and other sweets that the boy has never tried before. When the father finds out that they have been followed by a man he shots him to only keep him and his son safe from those who are known as the bad guys. When the protagonist and his son gets shot at the end, he wants his son to leave so that he can go on and leave him behind and never look back. Once good guys come by they want the boy to come with him, he knows that what his wanted for him, is to go but also to protect himself as well. In the book red rising love is also a theme that fits the novel, Darrow loves his wife very much, they have known each other since they were young. When Eo who …show more content…

Although both characters went through different journeys along the way. The protagonist in The Road showed his faith in surviving and teaching his son to never give up along the pad. Darrow in the Red Rising also showed his strength and faith throughout the novel. Although both characters and author did have some differences, they both explain what its was like to lose some one they loved very deeply, and also learning how to be strong through their

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