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Title: The Broken Globe Author: Henry Kreisel Topic: Is the father an antagonist or a victim?
Kreisel artfully establishes Solchuk as a victim of his beliefs through the manipulation of archetypal symbols. Raised under the influence of the medieval church in an isolated Ukrainian village, Solchuk grew up with the archaic values of his forefather's conditioned into his consciousness. The rigid confines of his religion were so omnipresent in his childhood that he grew to depend on the unwavering foundation of its principles. Even before Solchuk's transition into adulthood, he had irrevocably adopted the pious tradition of his forefathers as his own and thought it only natural that…
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