Themes In World War Z

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The Horror Fiction novel called World War Z, is a book about an interviewer that catches stories from different places from around the world which forms into a giant story about the World War against this disease. The Plague starts slow and steady with not too many countries taking this threat into consideration. Overtime the Plague hits humanity when they least expected it, and drove the world into chaos.
In Clarification, The reason the novel is called world war z is because it’s about the war against the undead. The whole world is involved in this giant epidemic that effects everything and scars everyone that lived through this war. Enduring and experiencing this horrifying epidemic was pretty much equal to going through any war in society and the battlefield. This book has many themes from fear, warfare, and primitivity to love, politics, and man and the natural world. The title itself connects to all
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Themes range from love, change, prejudice, warfare, education, primitivity and more. I personally think the themes are primitivity and man and the natural world for many reasons. I like the theme primitivity because the term shows up in the book multiple times. Zombies are like animals, hunting us like prey and chasing us down to the last mile. Not only are the zombies being primitive, humans also being primitive. We hunt and survive for ourselves and hide ourselves in total isolation, eliminating any potential threat. The reason I also believe that man and the natural world is a theme is because it shows how man handles itself against nature. Man made it to the top of the food chain with technology and knowledge that makes us almost invincible to nature. The minute all of that is token away it shows the process on how humanity takes back its place. I think the author put this in the story to remind humanity what it will look like if all order and security fell apart and all we have to depend on is pure

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