Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy Theme Essay

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Exploration, exploring new things that might be new and terrifying. This is a theme that is introduced throughout the novel “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, by Douglas Adams. In fact, this theme is wildly encountered as the book progresses. Exploration is help the characters discover the unusual as they adventure along the galaxy. Without trying something new, you wouldn’t know what it’s like. The galaxy is an enormous place, and Arthur Dent gets to explore various parts of it. Exploration gives the book a significant theme. For example, the quote, “a Hooloovoo is a super-intelligent shade of color”, gives a sign that in the novel there are amazing creatures that are colors and full of life to experience and discover for the Alex and also us the readers as he examines the galaxy. Exploration leads to new findings. It also heads towards new experiences. Overall, the author connects the reader with a universal world of uncommon things that aren’t worldly known.…show more content…
For instance, this section of the book, “The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy says that if you hold a lungful of air you can survive in the total vacuum of space for about thirty seconds. However it goes on to say that what with space being the mind-boggling size it is the chances of getting picked up by another ship within those thirty seconds are two to the power of two hundred and sixty-seven thousand seven hundred and nine to one against,” also shows the theme of Exploration. Being out in deep emptiness space and exploring it is extremely dangerous, but in the perspective of Arthur and his friend Ford it was safer being blown up on earth. Exploration gives innumerable advantages than staying in your comfort

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