Cannery Row Essay | Cannery Row, A Review

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Cannery Row, A Review

Summary: Analyzes and reviews the John Steinbeck novel, Cannery Row. Details the basic plot. Explores the function of the protagonist, Mack.
The passage extracted from Cannery Row by John Steinbeck explores experience of Mack, Jones and Hazel helping the scientist for research by collecting frogs. As they are hunting frogs on a private property, the owner, known as the Captain, stalks near and informs them that they should pack up and get off his land. Mack, who is the protagonist, apologizes and explains that they will stay right off if they had no permission form the owner. Just then, Mack notices the lane and injured dog, the pointer, and the topic trails off to its injury. The Captain gave a hint about the plenty of frogs that he will be `gladly' to get rid of.

This extract is set at night time on a beach, whereby hills are located nearby. Mack, the protagonist, is a dynamic character who undergoes a change because of the action of the...

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