The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks - The Fish Liberation Society Summary & Analysis

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The Fish Liberation Society Summary

Frankie thinks about the e-mails she found. She believes Porter gave Matthew the e-mails.

In early December, the guppy statues is replaced with a basset hound. The guppy will be returned if student body meetings are moved from the chapel to the auditorium in the new arts building out of respect for people of all faiths who do not wish to have nonreligious meetings in a religious place. The meetings are moved and the location of the guppy -in the old, dry pool- is revealed.

Frankie tries to get Matthew to think about the symbolism -old values being useless- but Matthew, out of ignorance or feigned ignorance, doesn't agree.

The Fish Liberation Society Analysis

Apart from the feminist statement made on Halloween, Frankie takes an even greater step toward making a political statement. She illustrates the traditions...

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