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    In this novel, the Australian bush, and more broadly nature, symbolizes religion or spirituality, both in untamed form and when cultivated into a garden by people like Stan and Amy. The bush is...

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    Because George Lamming's novel In the Castle of My Skin is autobiographical in nature, the protagonist is G., a boy very similar to the author himself as a child. We should be careful to consider...

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