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In Memory of Bazarov The characterization in the novel Fathers and Sons written by Ivan Turgenev is extremely important in helping the reader to understand the true meaning of the novel These characters deeply develop their own sense of who they really are ad end up where they do all thanks to one character whom I think is the main protagonist and that character is Bazarov It may seem untrue to the reader at first with realizing that Bazarov is a nihilist one who believes in nothing but with that the characters outcome is derived from Bazarov behavior and his mindset and his on life I feel that all the characters somehow revolve around Brazorov and with that the reader can understand each character better and see how the meaning of the novel relates to all of them All the characters have turbulent personalities but at the core their struggles are the same They are all trying to find an identity They are all in effect lost and they all are lost together Bazarov aids them to understand what they want in life It all starts with Bazarov walking into the lives of the Kirsanov family Bazarov is the real focal point of the novel and the character who seems most clearly defined One by one he intellectually touches the soul of each member Arkady Nicholas Pavel and Fenichka Bazarovs character is not very much liked by all Everyone is not quite as fond of him as Arkady Bazarov is ignorant in the fact that he stays at his friends home and takes everything for granted there He starts up conversations with having only his point of view which starts some trouble with the family members especially Pavel Bazarov defines himself as a nihilist He is against any existing institution practice or belief and he
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