A Plot Summaryof Wheres Waldoby Martin Handford
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... we can never get back.While searching intently for Waldo, the reader quickly begins to fall for the shy mans strange charm, only wanting to find him more as the time passes by. Humans find this elusiveness attractive because if the readers can still hunt for something, then it remains obtainable in their mind. Searching for Waldo for the first time can seem hard but the reader still believes Waldo will appear. When hunting for Waldo initially, one may feel the grief similar to that of losing a loved one, falsely believing the loved one remains obtainable and always searching. After the denial, the reader feels anger and becomes obsessed. Anyone that has tried to find Waldo knows the frustration, the long battle before finally finding him. The determination to find Waldo remains, the reader cannot tear the book away no matter the amount of anger felt towards this fictional character. One may feel anger towards their self over the untimely loss and obsess over the past. Waldo resides in the next and final stage, acceptance. Waldo begins to appear in the moments that the searcher accepts he will not find Waldo. Once located, the reader moves onto (to) the next page and finds a new map to search for Waldo in. When the grief finally ends, the mourner can begin to realize that life goes on without that person. Waldo appears when the mourner can finally remember what was and smile, while still moving forward into the future.Waldo resides in the acceptance that comes after all of the grief from loss some readers may find Waldo quicker than others, just as some may mourn longer. Waldo rests in acceptance, found when the reader stops trying so hard, only to disappear again to where all of those lost things go.
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