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The two forces that govern humankind can be found everywhere in the novel specifically the routine and reason I think can be seen in the daily gist of things Like Ivan for example just the basic and simple way he lived his boring life everyday the same way He and everyone else in mother Russia did the same darn things They all had their moneymaking routines They got up went to a boring job they only took to put some green in their pockets and then went home to a woman who only wanted more That was Ivans life in a nutshell And that was his routine Also he had the routine of just being the background He never really made it a point to stand out or be anything or anybody of importance or specialty He was a regular Joe who just blended in with the scenery I think that makes the plot of the story something that everyone can relate to You dont have to rich to get the story although if you are you can still understand what is being said If you are a unique person as opposed to the person sitting in the corner apart form everyone else you too can still relate to the story This is due to the fact that at something in life we are just ok at There is something that the greatest athlete cant do perfectly and it is at this point that they feel like Ivan They feel ordinary plain and inadequate always trying to make better out of something that just cant get any better It is routine which makes ones skill stagnant When you get comfortable you cease to strive for excellence You become satisfied and stop yearning and desiring for more Thats what happened to Ivan that was one of his deaths in a sense of the word Somewhat living and partly living you could call it Reason can be
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