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Monkey Island by Paula Fox
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Paula Fox (born 1923), the American novelist celebrated for her novels for adults and children, has been especially effective in dealing with the story of a young boy, named Clay Garrity, who is left alone when his father deserted the family following the loss of a job in the realistic fiction Monkey Island (1991).
Their support is important to Clay as he learns to live on his own and they help him in admitting to the hospital when he is sick and eventually in finding a foster family and his mom. The major themes of the work include survival, re-silence, friendship and hardship and these themes take the work into higher levels of appreciation. "In Monkey Island, the story of the boy who ends up homeless after both his parents abandon him, Fox once again explores themes of alienation, betrayal, and resourcefulness." (Daniel, 84) In a profound analysis of the work Monkey Island by Fox, it becomes lucid that the novel offers one of the most essential examples for the vital understanding of the major theories in literary criticism. In his significant book Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction by Jonathan Culler makes clear that theory has drastically changed the nature of literary studies and literary works can be comprehended more effectively by the use of literary theory. ...
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