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Love is one of the most important parts of life As soon as a child is born into the world the mother father and immediate family should be expressing love as much as possible Love is the best thing to give the child as well as attention Love is a part of everyone no matter how much is apparent or absorbed Love plays a very important role in the Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz Throughout the novel there is an understanding and acknowledgement of non-existent love between Duddy and his family the true love between Duddy and Yvette and the inevitable love between Mr Macpherson and his wife Mr Macpherson had dreams for his career He hoped that his work would demonstrate charity and achievement and that his former students would come back to visit him late in life When his wife dies it is very painful for him and hard to overcome the feelings he felt Macphersons wifes death is destroying him He cannot teach and he is a drunk most of the time It is clear that his dreams now will not come true When Mr Macpherson returned to school after the death of his wife he strapped fifteen boys that week and his own drinking increased in proportion to the strapping He began to sit around the house alone He seldom went out anymore pg 36 part 1 chapter 6 For a man who never strapped a boy before this time and was full of happiness love and dreams he was now lost in the world Mr Macpherson displays that his love for his wife was inevitable and that when a love for something is lost or withdrawn it destroys the spirit within and their dreams to succeed True love is a mature expression of complete sharing between two people and is an emotion and desire to share the same level of commitment and acceptance This is the genuine
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