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The Wild Robot Escapes Symbols & Objects

Peter Brown
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Roz

Roz represents the potential for robots and humans to connect on an emotional level if given the time and the understanding to do so. Even though Dr. Molovo calls Roz compassion and personality a glitch, Roz is shown as something that is natural. The narrator never makes fun or ridicules her for her actions and desires. They do not cast doubt on why she thinks the way she does or try to explain why she became this way. Instead, the narrator focuses on what Roz wants to achieve to prove that robots can be as human as anyone else. However, it is clear at the end of the novel that humanity is not yet ready for robots like Roz. Therefore, Roz’ story is an attempt to prove that humans have nothing to fear from sentient robots as long as they are treated with respect and allowed...

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