The Phantom Tollbooth Character Analysis

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In the book The Phantom TollBooth there is a boy named Milo. In the beginning of the book Milo is a very depressed and sad little boy. Milo doesn’t know what to do with himself. He thinks everything is useless. On page 9 it states “ It seems to me that almost everything is a waste of time”. Whenever Milo was somewhere he always wanted to somewhere else but once he got there he then again wanted to be somewhere different. But Milo does change throughout the book.
Once Milo had found the Phantom Tollbooth and then entered Expectations he sees the world a little differently. Everything becomes more colorful and vibrant. “The sun sparkled, the sky was clear, and all the colors he saw seemed to be richer and brighter than he could ever remember”

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