The Chocolate Touch Symbols & Objects

Patrick Skene Catling
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Chocolate

Chocolate is a kind of candy that proves to be the absolute favorite of John Midas. John Midas loves chocolate more than anything else, doing everything from ruining his appetite by eating chocolate before meals to spending all his lunch money on chocolate cream pie. He refuses to share his chocolate, even with his family. When John enters the candy shop, it is in the hopes of buying chocolate. When John discovers he has the chocolate touch, turning into chocolate all that which touches his mouth, he is initially thrilled, but it soon becomes a burden as he cannot slake his thirst or eat regular food to handle his hunger. John comes to declare his hate for chocolate by the end of the novel. While in school, John's obsession with chocolate, by way of the chocolate touch, prevents him from drinking water, often considered essential for...

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