Socrates Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Studies ISSN: 2757-5519

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THE APPROACH TO BOOKS IN SOSUKE NATSUKAWA’S THE CAT THAT SAVED THE BOOKS

The fantastic literature is a genre that always attracts attention because of the extraordinary features of its nature. The Cat That Saved the Books is essentially a fantasy story; however, it also has messages in the context of the book. The protagonist of the novel is a bookish high school student preparing to close up the bookstore inherited from his grandfather. While the boy makes preparations to move out in the bookstore, the story takes on a fantastic dimension with the appearance of a talking cat. They have a mission to free books by moving to a fantasy world under the leadership of the cat. They need to go to several mazes in which there are wrong perceptions about books. They try to refute the false perceptions about books in those mazes to let books free. In the end, they complete each task they undertake successfully and set the books free. This study deals with the messages given about books through a fantastic story.



Keywords
Fantastic Novel, Book, Misperception.

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