Gabriele, Great Marlow School
Wed Wabbit has a contradicting view on a heroic figure, in this case Fidge. Most stories would include a narrative depicting a strong male character, often leading to reasoning of why they are the hero. Wed Wabbit is unique and uses a feminine figure to control the plot. This shows decreased discrimination and portrays originality from the author's point of view.
I believe that it was unique and the author did an exceptional job on forming all the imagery contained within the book, but it had its negative aspects too. The imagery at some points was slightly complex and made it for me personally confused.
All in all, its not a book I will forever remember and totally love, however I feel like it stands out and is a book that I enjoyed reading.
Posted on: 9th May 2018 at 01:43 pm
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