Room: A Novel by Emma Donoghue Analysis & Summary The bestselling, award-winning novel, by Emma Donoghue, is a compelling read that both highlights the best and worst of humanity and reveals as strange what many take for granted. An uncommon narrative voice and heightened attention to the details of what is daily life for most in the United States cast into relief the many bings attendant on a “normal” day-to-day existence. Donoghue depicts the emergence of a five-year-old boy, Jack, and his mother from the enforced isolation of the mother’s slavery. The conditions of their confinement are detailed, as is the harrowing escape. More of the novel concerns itself with the slow adjustment Jack must make to the world outside the small space where he had been born and lived the first five years of his life, as well as how he negotiates the ways in which his mother changes after being released from her enduring imprisonment and sexual slavery. This companion includes the following: • Book Review • Story Setting Analysis • Story elements you may have missed as we decipher the novel • Summary of the text, with some analytical comments interspersed • Thought Provoking /or Discussion Questions for both Readers & Book Clubs • Discussion & Analysis of Themes, Symbols… • And Much More! This Analysis fills the gap, making you understand more while enhancing your reading experience.