The speaker in “Invictus” believes that the most important thing in life is

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(A.)

Apr 9th, 2015

The answer is C) to act independently and in control of one's own life. 


It is definitely not A. 


B might have been an option, but he refers to pain and suffering in the poem. 

"My head is bloody, but unbowed." and "Beyond this place of wrath and tears"


Here are some lines that prove the answer is C. 
"my unconquerable soul." and "I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."


The poem is about surviving circumstance and horror, wrath and tears and coming out on top. Being independent and in control of you own soul, regardless of the surroundings. 


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