Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls and Fetch-22 Themes & Motifs

Dav Pilkey
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Good versus Evil

Each novel of the series is a humorous take on the very series theme of good versus evil. There have been several novels in this series leading up to this point, and good triumphs every time. However, there are often twists and unexpected situations along the way to that conclusion. Characters are typically easily identified as either good guys or villains, though some villains become good guys, usually through the kindness others exhibit toward them.

Dog Man, Lil' Petey, the Chief, Sarah, and 80-HD are all good guys, and all have been good guys from the beginning. The problem is that some of these good guys are bumbling characters who inadvertently create problems by their sheer ineptitude. Dog Man is the main example of that phenomenon. Dog Man is the hero of the series. He is a crime fighter who was created when a...

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