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I think the main message in Norton Juster’s book, The Phantom Tollbooth, is inspiration. I believe that it is the answer because when Milo was in his room at the beginning of the story, he did not have any inspiration. But now, at the very end of the book, he really had inspiration. The lesson really moved him forward in life. All the characters within the tollbooth helped Milo. Milo has recieved this inspiration by adventure through the tollbooth. For example, King Azaz taught Milo the meaning of language and how it can affect him. The Mathemagician taught him the importance of numbers. Dr. Dischord and Dynne taught Milo the meaning of sound and how sound hfas meaning. Now that he has inspiration, he can find the true meaning of life. Milo will have inspiration from now on.
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I'm back! Here are some of my interests. I love the Indiapolis Colts, which is a football team. I really like the computer it satisfyies me to my needs. I play piano. I am almost done with my 3rd year. I live in California, and I love EATING. Thank you for taking some of your time to read this. If you have any more questions regarding my blog about timothy's death, feel free to post comments. I'd really appriciate it. Thank you! Bye!
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