The Moon Is Down Theme

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This cooperation becomes a great success due to the Lee Chong’s compliance, Gay’s mechanical skill, Eddie’s bravery, and Mack’s cleverness.
Mack and the boys and the Nazi invaders evidently expressed a commendable sensibility at heart. Doc’s party in Cannery Row resulted in a disaster revealing a climactic moment. This unintentional mishap leads Doc to become very upset and appalled, thus casting a feeling of shame upon Mack and the boys. The invaders of The Moon is Down display a great amount of compassion and care, which contradicts the negative stereotype of Nazi soldiers. This creates the important theme: people whom may seem extremely cold hearted may possess a passionate soul.
The Moon is Down and Cannery Row reveal similar themes. The straightforward approach of the town and Mack and the boys helped achieve their goal. The collaboration of the town and Mack and the boys led the clearance of the Nazis and a successful party for Doc. The theme that people may also be misrepresented by one action is also portrayed. Therefore, characters’ forthrightness, cooperation, and false impressions reveals their commendable sensibility at heart. View More »

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