The Pigman Essay | The Pigman - Analyzing the Theme of Change

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of The Pigman.
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The Pigman - Analyzing the Theme of Change

Summary: Analyzes the theme of change in the story The Pigman. Discusses the character of Mr. Piganti and reviews how he interacts with other major characters. Explores how the characters of John and Lorraine change in the story.
I think that John and Lorraine have changed throughout the entire book. They both went a long way ever since their prank calls to Mr. Pignati's death.

Mr. Pignati was an important factor that led to two ways that they changed. For example the first way that they changed from the Pigman was that John was more interested in silly practical jokes that were immature in the starting chapters before he met Mr. Pignati. As time went on John realized what he really wanted. He wanted a person that didn't bicker with him, and a person that paid attention to him. These were both traits that Mr. Pignati had and expressed to John. In the beginning chapters of the book John and Lorraine went to Mr. Pignati's house as just a place to hang out. After a couple of visits, they had...

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