Susan's Transformation In The Case Against Satan

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Domination is the state of being controlled. Domination takes place in everyday life but it takes time and effort for one to realize the weight of this oppression. It is after realization only that one can free themselves from it and exert control over their lives which is fueled by free will. This is clearly exemplified in the novel, The Case Against Satan, as Ray Russell illustrates this idea through the character of Susan Garth. The main character, Susan, lost her mother when she was ten years old. Ever since Susan lived with her father who has full control over her life. Moreover, Susan is possessed by a demonic creature who controls her desires. Through these ideas, Russell explores Susan’s transformation from a girl who is possessed and
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