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The rivalry between God and Satan, each attended by a court of named and individuated angels, is first configured in these texts as a struggle between absolute good and evil.
Olive's struggle to do what her age requires her to do — individuate from her dad while honoring her own needs and convictions — comes to a head in a heartbreaking denouement.
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