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Cathers Nature Message The major themes in Cathers The Professors House all seem to collide in the section of the book called Tom Outlands story The art religion and nature themes are all highlighted in this section of the book Almost from the beginning of Tom Outlands Story Cather sets up her conflicts Not that she hasnt been doing this all along The change in tone which has moved to deliberate almost ritualistic has highlighted the art religion and nature themes from the previous section of the book The Family In The Family Cather seems to just let her story go that is she seems to be writing it as it comes to her There are definitely a few themes that she wanted to touch on and set them up but in general she seems to be more concerned with just letting us know what those themes are and introducing her characters On the other hand Cather seems much more interested in presenting her themes though no less interested with developing her characters in Tom Outlands Story In other words Cathers agenda is much more obvious in Tom Outlands Story than it is in The Family The only theme that this doesnt apply to is the the greed money theme that is closer to forefront in The Family and though present is not stressed in Tom Outlands Story as much Ironically the first theme that is set up in the first chapter of Tom Outlands Story is the greedmoney one Tom says of Blake after the night that they first met that He was the sort of fellow who can do anything for somebody else and nothing for himself 164 This is one of the bits that sets up Blake seeming to cross Tom by selling all the artifacts that the two had uncovered much later in the book If we paid attention to this little tidbit then we will know that Blake
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