The Poisonwood Bible

"walk forward into the light" what do you think the significance of this phrase is in relation to the main themes of the novel?

how does the last sentence of the book relate to the main themes of the novel?

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The last sentence of the novel has to do with forgiveness. Ruth May uses these words to her mother in order to urge her to move out of the darkness and into the light by forgiving those with blackened hearts; namely men like Nathan Price.


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