George's Marvelous Medicine Themes & Motifs

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Family can be a good thing and a bad thing

Family can be a good thing and a bad thing, explains Roald Dahl in his novel George’s Marvelous Medicine. This is especially true for George’s family. Each one of his family members brings something good or bad to George’s life.

George’s mother is a sweet and kind woman. She is dedicated to her family and even does her best to get along with Grandma. George’s mother clearly trusts her son, for she leaves him in charge of giving Grandma her medicine. George’s mother also proves to be a blessing for Grandma, for without her insistence, Grandma would still be stuck between the floors of the attic with her head sticking out of the roof.

George’s father is a hardworking and very insightful man. George’s father loves and respects his...

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