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i asked for death and here it is

Something that i think a lot of you might not know is that Demian, in the book, is supposed to represent the devil himself and that by the end of the novel, Sinclair has died and went to Hell without a even realizing so! The author tricks you into relating and sympathizing with Sinclair, only for you to realize that the reasons you sympathized with him are the reasons that he’s in hell, not heaven. I feel like that’s why most readers don’t recognize that Demian is actually a story about unknowingly surrounding yourself in sin, not as much about youth. If anything i suppose it could be about the influence of sin on the purity of youth. But anyways i just thought I would share that with people…

vine

anyways dont sleep on 2seok

vine

me when my bias is watching me and jimin starts testing my loyalty