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The protagonist in Elephant Run is Nick Freestone, a young boy who has divorced parents. Nick is described as being rather small and chubby. I found him to be a very relatable character as he had to moved around a lot as a kid.
One theme I found to be most prominent is family. From the time Nick leaves London, to the time that he leaves Burma, his family is looking out for him. I found it interesting that in the beginning his parents were looking out for him, but in the end, he was looking out for his parents.
The author used irony more than once during this novel. Two examples I found were when Nick moved from London to Burma to escape the affects of the war, and the fact that he was saved by Hannibal after he was injured by him.
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