The Brothers K by David James Duncan
1. The Brothers K represents the concept of social interaction between people, whom have very different belief systems.
2. The novel, The Brothers K, enables the reader to understand a child’s idolization of a given sport, in this case, baseball.
3. The novel represents the world and its inhabitants on a miniscule level, by conveying the differences between the characters and how they act towards one another.
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anyone. The ones who are able to survive are the ones who do not leave themselves open to even the remotest chance that someone will hinder them. However, that security is paid for with a heavy price, the loss of anyone trusting them or befriending them. The rest of the world then proceeds to judge the person as a creep, even though the rest of the world is always trying to do the same thing.