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Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now!

Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now!


by Dr. Seuss

Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now! Change Quotes

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Quote #4

OR / You can go / by camel / in a / bureau drawer. (62-66)

The Narrator seems to be changing tactics toward desperate here. Who would actually choose to travel like that when you can go by Bumble-Boat?

Quote #5

The time had come. / SO… / Marvin WENT. (87-89)

As we mention in our "What's Up with the Ending Section?", the change in Marvin's attitude is signified by the change in verb tense (the present has to the past had). We can also see the change in the way Marvin is drawn. Now he's smiling like he was in all the traveling pictures. But what method of going did he choose? We have to know.

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