What is home? Will definitely feels he's home with Julie, but it's problematic for him at the time of the action.
Toby Israel, in Some Place Like Home (John Wiley and Son, 2003, p. vi) says:
Each of us has a treasure chest of memories and impresions of places we have lived that includes both past homes and large scale environments (villages, towns, cities, etc.). I believe in the importance of uncovering these riches to reveal how our past environmental experiences laid the foundation for our present and future choices.
Israel believes that our present feelings about our living spaces (and by extension our partners) are determined largely by feelings about "home" that were hard-wired into us as children.
Home is more than a building. It's a cluster of emotions and feelings and memories of people and places and things. So what Will is feeling has been determined to an extent by what he experienced as a youth. What was that do you think?
Any ideas? I'd like to know, so post a comment.
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