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Unformatted text preview: house and clothes your family, because if you dont it is certain that you cant feed your family. The will to fight the misery of this existence but the futility of the fight nonetheless The desire for freedom is repeated many times in this poem. The desire to be free is a basic primal instinct in us all. The strength of character to keep fighting and struggling for better instead of giving up and giving in to the idea nothing better exists for me Maintaining faith no matter how bleak or grim things look The belief in a better life (possibly only for the children) enables continuation of honest effort...
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- Summer '06
- Literary Criticism