The Death of Ivan Ilyich
We are at a turning point in the book where Ivan realizes that his life wasn't morally fulfilled, and death, success, and happiness should have been emphasized a little more.And also in turn Ivan starts to wonder whether or not he served his purpose in life, and if not what was done wrong, could it be he lived his entire life the wrong way.
Through the entire book Ivan lives in a box, which I do myself only in Ivans sense it's a little more extreme. Life is supposed to be pleasant, fulfilling, easy going, and carefree.…
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