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Essay | I for Isobel- Truth and Lies Theme Study

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I for Isobel- Truth and Lies Theme Study

Summary: An analysis of the recurring theme of truth and lies throughout the novel I for Isobel by Amy Witting
In the novel "I for Isobel", the idea of truth and of lies is a recurring theme that runs throughout the novel. The borderline between telling the truth and lying is something that Isobel finds hard to come to grips with even at a young age. The novel is rich in presenting instances and scenes that highlights Isobel's confusion between the truth and the lies, all of which is present when Isobel is searching for her own sense of purpose and her own identity. Isobel finds that even though she is actively seeking for the truth, she happiest when she delves into her own imaginary world with her own made up imaginary characters. It can be said that Isobel is ultimately happiest as a creator of fictions. As she later develops slowly but surely into an individual, she begins to realize that...

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