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Generations and their differences in House of the Spirits and Fathers and Sons Throughout time many generations have come and gone people live and die revolutions come and go One thing that remains constant through all this is the fact that we shall always have a population that contains a varied age range With the study of House of The Spirits and Fathers and Sons we learn about the relationships that form between many of the characters ranging from the very young to the very old This is mostly due to the fact that the old and the young differ in thinking being raised in different time periods and exposed to different environments these differences can sometimes cause problems as seen in the two novels and the end results can vary simple differences to quarrels that lead to serious outcomes As we all know the young and the old host many differences The older generation might be set in their ways as the younger ones are full of new ideas In House of The Spirits we can see how this idea of young and old is conveyed through the interactions of Esteban Garcia an old-fashioned estate owner and Pedro Tercero Garcia a young political rebel seeking change to better the life of all the common people Esteban didnt want Pedro to spread new ideas of better work conditions and workers rights He tried to 2 suppress them as long as possible but to no avail You cant keep the world from changing Esteban she said If its not Pedro Tercero Garcia someone else will bring new ideas to Tres Marias His hatred grew to such an extent that Esteban swore to kill him if they ever met again She knew that not only would her father shoot the promised bullet into his head but that any of the owners in the region would gladly do the same
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