The Fault in Our Stars

by John Green

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The Fault in Our Stars

by John Green


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  • Coming of Age

    Despite being terminally ill, Hazel is still very much a teenage girl. So, in many ways, this novel is a coming of age story. The reader is always struck with a sense of injustice at the idea that the protagonist is a young girl navigating adolescence, but with the added challenge of being a cancer

  • Religion and Philosophy

    In having to deal with the reality of cancer and the experiences associated with it, the characters in the novel, respectively, turn to religion and philosophy to make sense of their experiences. From the beginning of the novel, religion is a prominent element - we see this when Hazel describes the

  • Cancer

    Ultimately, this book takes an in-depth look at the way that cancer affects not only those who suffer from it but those around them. It is not just about being relatable to those who have cancer, but to those who love them, too. It is not a romanticized take, either. It gives us a glimpse of what it

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