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Essay | Cannery Row

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Cannery Row.
This section contains 864 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)
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Cannery Row

Summary: Essay compares the two main characters of Doc and Mack from "Cannery Row."
The story Cannery Row has a wide variety of characters, but only two people posses a complex personality and ironically each person understands the other. The two complex characters are Doc and Mack. The prologue is important to understanding Mack's character because Mack is probable one of the most complex and hard to understand characters in the book. To understand his character you have to see from a peephole prospective, Flatworm analogy and Mack's leadership abilities. This is because Mack's character can't be rushed or you won't be able to understand his character.

The peephole analogy is when a person watches the world but only a small prospective of it. Just as if you were to look through a hole you would be limit to what you see. This can be said for the same as Mack. Mack only watches the world as he sees it in cannery...

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This section contains 864 words
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