Piquette Tonnerre in “The Loons”
AbstractThe short novel “The Loons” is a masterpiece by Margaret Laurence. She writes the novel in a fresh, natural and emotional way. In the novel, Margaret Laurence, with a detailed description of the female image of Piquette, explores the meaning of human existence. This paper is to analyze the crucial character, Piquette, from the description of her appearance, her family and education, interpersonal communication, personal ideals, and her tragic fate, which will help the readers understand the theme of this short novel further.
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