Neils in the Novel: "Settlers on the Marsh" Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Neils in the Novel: "Settlers on the Marsh"
An essay on understanding and analyzing the main character, Neils, in the novel "Settlers on the Marsh", by Frederick Philip Grove.
# 86698 | 675 words | 1 source | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in English (Analysis)

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The literary study analyzes the sympathy felt for the main character, Neils, who is a transformed European man when working as a farmer/settler in Manitoba. In this manner, Neils not only recreates himself from a European styled farmer--into a new and independent man that becomes one with the farm he owns. The paper analyzes the ability to show metaphysical faith through physicality and female relationships in settler life, by analyzing Neils' relationship with the land. Neils is a man that must live with three females that are important in his life: His mother, Clara, and Ellen.

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