Hitch Hicker's Guide To The Galaxy Book Analysis

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/ The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy. Genre:sciencefiction. Authour : Douglas Adams . Year of puplishment: October (1979). The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy , is a creative written book by Douglas Adams. The book was puplished in the year of 1979 . The Hitch Hicker's Guide to the galaxy represents the authours fantcy As I can see it, and feel it. I choose the book " The Hitch Hicker's Guide to the Galaxy" for the Extensive Reading project because I can relate to it from so many angels by just reading the first few words of it. The way the writer started the book by saying "For me , as for many people..etc" . That Line took me far after reading it over and over when ever I step on the book . "For me , as for many people" Means that you always come first, with all of the noises around that comes from people you have in your life, don't forget them. Also, don't let them be before you as…show more content…
From what I read from the book, there are many settings that the story have happened in, like on earth, space, and on another planet called Magrathea, as well as the planet Damogran. These are all fascinating places, but I like damgron the most, it's just the way it was mentioned in the book"Damgron, secret home of the heart of gold.". The Main characters of the Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy are the lazy Arthur Dent. The local Mr.L prosser that was at ease a worried man. Ford prefet who thinks him self an Ailen , I relised later on that he wasn't a sane human from the odd things he does like the time he stood in front of a moving car with flowers in hands to just simply say" Hello", Ford have been died if Arthur haven't been around saving people's life by ignoring them. By that time he

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