Wieland essay

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Max Haubold Wieland Essay Intro to Fiction 9/15/2009 In the novel, the most central and unifying theme is perception. While the characters may act out other purposes for the author or audience, the consequence of how they perceive things is ubiquitously effective. The acts based on perception of others are more impactful than the unbiased act, therefore rendering the appliance of perception, above all other thematic and literary devices, most significant to the novel in its entirety. Focusing on this then, we can best approach the writing critically. If we believe that the focal and most integral device used is application of perception, there must surely be proof. In the first chapter, Clara recounts her father’s end, “It appeared to be nothing more for some time than a sense of wrong. This was sufficiently acute, and was aggravated by the belief that his offence was incapable of expiation. No one could contemplate the agonies which he seemed to suffer without the deepest compassion. Time, instead of lightening the burden, appeared to add to it. At
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