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I think that the message that Norton Juster was trying to say through The Phantom Tollbooth is to get into your imagination. I think that Norton Juster gave Milo the phantom tollbooth, and he gave him the letter at the end of the story. He gave him the phantom tollbooth because Milo was so dull and thought everything was boring. Milo needed a little push to try to get him in his imagination. Milo, like Norton Juster said in the letter, can now get into this imagination by himself since he is no longer dull and thinks everything is boring. He can now explore his imagination and discover new places that aren’t even on the map.
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