"Big Fish: A novel of Mythic Proportions "--Review
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This paper reviews Daniel Wallace's novel "Big Fish: A novel of Mythic Proportions" and highlights the elements of fantasy that are found in the work. The role of the fantastic is analyzed and it's impact is contrasted with the concrete and realistic outlooks of other characters in the novel. In particular, the paper focuses on the protagonist William and the depiction of his expedition to unravel the truth. The reviewer concludes that Wallace proves that words have the power to transform reality into a group of ideas that leave an impression that does not disappear.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Wallace, Daniel, Big Fish: A Novel of Mythical Proportions, Penguin: New York, 1999
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