Wolf Of The Plain Literary Analysis

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Family is the biggest bond in most cultural tradition, as well in the Mongol lifestyle, family is the only way to survive. Within Wolf of The Plain written by Konn Iggulden, Temujin and Bekter were the two sons of the tribal leader of the Mongol tribe Wolves. They share a few common qualities that made them marvelous candidates to become Khan yet only Temujin had the family bond in mind much more than his brother Bekter. As the remaining of their family is banished from the tribe, the family must rely on one of the brothers to show the quality of becoming Khan and regain the honor they lost. As the eldest, Bekter had more training and pressure than Temujin yet they were both, describe as sullen and dark hearted with the novel. Bekter and Temujin
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