Today’s question is kinda serious… amazingly enough.
“what is the theme of big fish by daniel [Wallace]”?
In my review I said it was about
the creation of myths, of the truths in stories, of the dangers of interpretation and the meaning of lies.
Other themes are redemption and reconciliation, understanding another human being and what makes family. But mostly it’s about what makes the identity of a man or a woman – their accomplishments or their dreams?
In any case, it’s a novel that can handle and deserves a lot of thought – and as usual, interpretations are very personal. So I guess it would be best to see what you can gather from the novel, not what I can get from it.