Homero and Cosima
One would think that a person would inevitably have a similar point of view towards the world as the person who raised him. In life however, point of view is not inherited as genes are. In the novel Animal Dreams, Barbara Kingsolver, tells the story through the father, Homero, and his daughter, Cosima, who do tell of the same memories that are driven in different directions because of their own views. As
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life proved that she finally understood him and the importance of his presence in her life.
Cosima and Homero did have their outlooks intersect at some point in the novel and after that they became somewhat parallel. The whole idea of their differences kept them apart for a long period of time that did hinder each in its own way. In the end, however, they were able to grasp their differences and comprehend each other.