The Character of John Shipley in the novel The Stone Angel
John Shipley is a very interesting character in Margaret Laurence's novel, The Stone Angel. The story is written from the point of view of Hagar Shipley, who is John's mother. We see John as he is portrayed through his mother's eyes. Hagar loved her son very much and it is possible her view of him is bias because of this. In this novel John Shipley is portrayed to us as being smart, cold and wild.
John was described by his mother as being somewhat intelligent. "He could count up to a hundred with no trouble at all, before he went to school, and knew all his letters perfectly," (Laurence,…
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