Grayson Themes & Motifs

Lynne Cox
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Communication

Communication is one of the major themes in the book, as Cox learned from her experience with Grayson and his mother that there were more ways to communicate than just through the spoken language. Some of these forms of communication that Cox discovered came through eye contact, thought, and touch. As Cox helped Grayson search for his mother she also considered the way that he communicated with the other animals in the ocean.

Although they did not speak the same language, Cox desperately wished that she had some way to reassure the baby whale and let him know that they were doing their best to find his mother. She tried to click and grunt back at him when he spoke to her but realized quickly that because she didn’t know his language, these sounds would make no sense to him. She decided instead the best...

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