The Phantom Tollbooth Tone Analysis

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The tone in the novel The Phantom Tollbooth is full of fun and great spirit. Even though there are some moments where it could be gloomy or sad, such as Tock’s background story or when they stumbled across with the “Terrible Trivium, demon of petty tasks and worthless jobs”. The main tone of the novel is fun and exciting, like when Milo directed the orchestra the author describes the colors and tone exciting: “Milo was overjoyed because they were all playing for him, and just the way they should” (Juster 129). When Milo brought back sound to “The Silent Valley” everyone was back to being talkative and busy as they were before sound was taken away from them: “The people quickly went about their busy talkative business” (Juster 162). The most

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