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The Phantom Tollbooth By Norton Juster

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phantomtollboothIt’s much harder to tell whether you are lost than whether you were lost, for, on many occasions, where you’re going is exactly where you are. On the other hand, you often find that where you’ve been is not at all where you should have gone, and, since it’s much more difficult to find your way back from someplace you’ve never left, I suggest you go there immediately and then decide.

Pada awalnya saya merasa sulit untuk dapat memengerti tokoh utama dalam buku ini. Seorang anak laki-laki bernama Milo. Di paragraf pertama dari buku, deskripsi tentang Milo sudah membuat saya sediki antipati dengan anak lelaki yang tidak tau apa maunya ini.

When he was in school he longed to be out, and when he was out he longed to be in. On the way he thought of coming home, and coming home he thought about going. Wherever he was he…

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