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  1. Snowman, previously known as Jimmy in his former life, has flashbacks to the compounds, the reader can see the way Jimmy lived and learned
  2. The relationship between Oryx and Crake is abhorred and a very immoral engagement between two people that do not share any form of love or passion for each other
  3. In a conversation between Snowman and Crake, Snowman has a heart and feelings for other people and engages Crake in a conversation about love

Love is everything. The whole world is based around love; being in love, ending love and making love. Without it, life as known would be completely different. Groups and relationships now are made from love and passion for one another or a specific thing, that's what we live for. Everything is made through love and compassion, whether it is a family or an invention. Love is a big part of our lives today and all throughout the past from Adam and Eve to Kings and Queens to grandparents.

[...] In conclusion, although the world is ravaged with destruction and permanent immoral constructs and people it is still important to highlight that there is a love that exists between Oryx and Snowman. They are attracted to each other and when the one person that stands in their way realizes of the love they feel for each other, Crake ends up killing Oryx. Works Cited Atwood, M. Oryx and Crake: A novel. New York: Nan A. Talese Print. BARBOUR, C. A. [...]


[...] Everything is made through love and compassion, whether it is a family or an invention. Love is a big part of our lives today and all throughout the past from Adam and Eve to Kings and Queens to grandparents. In the novel Oryx and Crake, the author, Margaret Atwood, portrays a world with love and feelings completely absent; a dehumanized society with no morals. In the novel, genetic mutations and the creation of a new beings (hybrids of the human race), love and humanity slowly is growing extinct. [...]

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