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Why is the resolution of a novel important in concluding the authors themes and issues that are presented throughout The resolution of a novel is important as it summarizes the themes and issues expressed by the author in the novel giving the audience a better understanding of what is trying to be said No matter what themes and issues are presented in a novel the ending is always the section that is most satisfying from the readers perspective It is where you find out what happens to the characters whether they live or die and if they are crowned as heroes or punished as enemies To find evidence to prove that the ending is important and to see what changes occur to the characters by the time the ending takes place I have examined the novel The Chrysalids by John Wyndham The novel revolves around the people of the village Waknuk a large village that has survived the trials and tribulations brought upon by a nuclear war between the old people These people live in a constant fear of being genetically different This fear has occurred because men like Joseph Storm and his employee Jacob share a strict religious belief that being different means not being in the true image of god There for the mutant characters in the story are forced to live in the outskirts of the town called the Fringes This cold-hearted belief that is so strong forces humans to turn other humans away because they are slightly different This occurs when Davids mother turns his Aunt Harriet away after she came seeking help to disguise her child as theirs in order to get a certificate I shall pray to God to send charity into this hideous world and sympathy for the weak and love for the unhappy and unfortunate said Aunt Harriet after being turned away Apart from Aunt Harriet the only non-mutant man who comes close
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