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  1. Introduction
  2. The sins of the fathers: Visited on the children
  3. The concept of staying friends with the one friend
  4. The simplicity of the characters
  5. Conclusion

The concept of family t presently, as the world has grown smaller, children no longer have and loyalty to family has been a virtue in nearly all times and cultures of this world. Albeithe need to embrace their parents as they once did. Yet in Ibesn's play Ghosts, the parent-child relationship is one of the story's main struggles. It is this very struggle that leads to one of the play's overall themes- one of lying and deceit even to one's family. And the battle of love and hate is apparent in both the relationships of Engstrand and Regina and with Oswald and his mother Mrs. Alving. In all Acts we can see clear cut examples and underlying motivations of why all of these characters struggle to love one another.

[...] The Deceit of Ghosts The concept of family t presently, as the world has grown smaller, children no longer have and loyalty to family has been a virtue in nearly all times and cultures of this world. Albeithe need to embrace their parents as they once did. Yet in Ibesn's play Ghosts, the parent-child relationship is one of the story's main struggles. It is this very struggle that leads to one of the play's overall themes- one of lying and deceit even to one's family. [...]


[...] Again, that's the ease of writing a dream story. No one has to be "in character" because you have given yourself a world not governed by any laws whatsoever. I don't know a lot about Islam, but I am confident that, unlike Christianity with our stickers of "Jesus Rocks" or "JesusFreak," Muslims, whether Sunni or Shiite, don't display affection for Allah like that. I don't think they have "Allah is Great" stickers. I'm sure some do, but not your average one. [...]

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