Fish Girl Quotes

David Wiesner
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Who is the Fish Girl?
-- Fish Girl (N/A paragraph N/A)

Importance: Fish Girl's own enquiry as to who she is introduces the theme of mystery early in the novel. Furthermore, it introduces the identity conflict that persists throughout the novel.

But humans are dangerous.
-- Fish Girl (N/A paragraph N/A)

Importance: This scene provides the reader with insight with regard to how Fish Girl perceives the world because of what Neptune has taught her. It introduces the notion that Fish Girl is not the same as humans, which enforces her role as a mere exhibit at an aquarium.

They'll be repulsed by you.
-- Neptune (N/A paragraph N/A)

Importance: When talking to Fish Girl about the importance of staying hidden from humans, Neptune scares Fish Girl into submission with these frightening threats. Since this quote is at the beginning of the novel, it is important because it introduces the sinister nature of Neptune's character which develops even more later in the novel.

What would it be like to make...
-- Fish Girl (N/A paragraph N/A)

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