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What is Forsytes conception of family life love and works of art Family seems to be the most important part of the humans society And though within a time people changed family existed always Within different historical periods the role of the family developed and grew John Galsworthy in his The Forsyte Saga also tried to show us what were the concepts of family relations in England at the end of the 19th century what were their basic principles and values and what has influenced on them The Forsytes is a typical family of the Victorian period in Great Britain where family instinct was a leading power and the family property played the major role in their life For that reason I would like to define what the conceptions of Forsytes family life are whether they are based on love or property and what their attitude toward works of art is To begin with I would like to state that the author first of all wanted to show us that all things and deeds were evaluated by the Forsytes only from the standpoint of money and how much they can get for it Moreover there were no close and warm relations between families and only instinctively all of them felt that they needed to be together since while they are united they are strong To support this point Galsworthy writes family- no branch of which had a liking for the other between no three members of whom existed anything worthy of the name of sympathy and also tells us that it was a common thing to all aristocratic families in England- a unit of society so clear a reproduction of society in miniature1 Therefore we might conclude that there is more than a problem of a particular family but the disease of all society In view of the fact that strong family relations are based on love and care but not only
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