The True Blue Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp Themes & Motifs

Kathi Appelt
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Protection of Nature

The whole essence in the novel is about nature as the area of the swamp is in danger. Not only is the swamp in danger from a pending sale for corporate development, but it is also in danger from a pack of wild hogs who are known for destruction. The Swamp Scouts are the official lookouts for the swamp. It is their duty to note any sorts of dangers that come from whether it be other animals or humans. In cases of emergency, they are directed to wake the Sugar Man, the official protector of the swamp. It is said that anything that hurts the swamp will incur his wrath. He is known to throw things and have a really nasty attitude. When the Farrow Gang come to the canebrake, the Swamp Man is awakened by Bingo and J'miah and the Swamp Man is...

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