How Lewis Grassic Gibbon uses characters to show the themes of his book "Sunset Song"
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Sunset Song, by Lewis Grassic Gibbon is a book about the social changes that took place during the early 1900's that resulted in the demise of the old Scottish crofters. John Guthrie is the father of the main character, Chris and he represents the death of the old way of life. John Guthrie was a very proud character who fought a battle against the land, the gentry and the new way of life that meant that crofters like himself had to work on bigger farms where they were forced to pay higher rent. He also shows Lewis Grassic Gibbons' dislike against religion.
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