The Character of Marvin Shipley in the Novel Stone Angel
Marvin 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 Marvin's mother. We see Marvin as he is portrayed through his mother's eyes. Hagar never loved her son much and it is possible her view of him is bias because of this. In this novel Marvin Shipley is portrayed to us as being timid, reserved, weak and unmannerly.
Marvin is a softhearted man. We see this many times in the novel. He is a peaceful man who doesn't like arguing or arguments. "Marvin hates it is to be alarmed, upset. C…
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