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The Destined To Get To The Islands In Rodya

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What’s more, is that it seems as though the Islands are intentionally, by the author, kept serene and sacred, so to speak. At a point Rodya intends to bury that which he has stolen from Alyona under a bush somewhere on the Islands, because they are far away from people, and he feels that no one will ever find his goods there. He never makes it to his destination, however; as the book describes it, “he was not destined to get to the Islands” (108). On his way there, he finds a hiding place that he deems suitable, and hides his stolen treasures there. It is as though some outer force is ensuring that the Islands remain a place of stability and rationality- the complete opposite of the taverns. It appears as though, in the world of Crime and
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