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THE FAULT IN OUR STARS

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Transcript of THE FAULT IN OUR STARS

Overview
'The Fault in our Stars' written by John Green is a story about a girl named Hazel Grace and her journey with her disease; cancer. Her life is slightly boring, going to support group and staying at home. But she does not know what is in for her after she meets the gorgeous heart stealer-Augustus Waters and how her story will drastically change in unpredictable and exciting ways.
Themes
Plot Diagram
Creative Portion
Characters
THE FAULT IN
Our Stars

John Green
The Fault in Our Stars
John Green
Rising Action
Conflict
Theme
Resolution
Turning Point
Falling Action
Genre
Rate & Review
Tragedy
Romance
Comedy
Rate:
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Characters
Protagonist
Antagonist
Cancer
Hazel
Augustus
Overall the book was a very nice experience for the reader and would be recommended to people who love romance, love stories, intense plots, sadness and humor in one book all together.
This book is an amazing read and will make people see life and the world in a broader perspective. Anyone who reads this book will realize how many people don't have as many opportunities like we do and the only opportunity they do get is to live in a very painful world where death is always around the corner and can show up at any time.
This story makes the reader feel a connection towards the characters in the book, making them feel as if they are living through the same situation. This enhances the reader's thoughts and emotions while reading the book.
Peter Van Houten, Isaac, Hazel's Parents
Setting
1. Hazel & Augustus meeting
2. Their trip to Amsterdam
3. Augustus admits to having cancer
4. Augustus's G-Tube getting infected
Augustus dies due to his cancer which had come back.
1. Hazel attends Augustus's funeral
2. Peter Van Houten is there (tries to apologize)
3. Is informed about Van Houtens daughter and how she was like Augustus and Hazel
4. Is told by Isaac that Augustus was writing something before he died
5. Finds out about where the letter is and what it says
The antagonist (cancer) has affected both of the protagonists, changing their lives. This risks them to always be on the edge of death.
Family
Coming of Age
Life & Death
Being Different
The conflict was solved for one of the characters: Augustus, who had died while trying to fight cancer.
On the other hand, Hazel's fight against cancer remained but she had more hope due to the leading events.
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Four dominating Themes in TFIOS include:
Coming of Age
Life & Death
Family
Being Different
“I couldn’t be mad at him for even a moment, and only now that I loved a grenade did I understand the foolishness of trying to save others from my own impending fragmentation: I couldn’t unlove Augustus Waters. And I didn’t want to.” - Hazel, Chapter 13.
“What am I at war with? My cancer. And what is my cancer? My cancer is me. The tumors are made of me. They’re made of me as surely as my brain and my heart are made of me. It is a civil war, Hazel Grace, with a predetermined winner.” - Augustus, Chapter 13
“There is only one thing in this world shittier than biting it from cancer when you are sixteen, and that’s having a kid who bites it from cancer.” - Hazel, Chapter 1
““It isn’t even possible to walk in these? I mean, I would just die—” and then stopped short, looking at me as if to say I’m sorry, as if it were a crime to mention death to the dying.” - Kaitlyn & Hazel, Chapter 3
Indianapolis
Amsterdam
Hazel Grace
Lidewji
Peter Van Houten
Kaitlyn
Patrick
Isaac
Augustus
Hazel's Parents
Caroline Mathers
Augustus' Parents
Review
Realistic Fiction
* Hospital
* Park
* Their houses
Introduction
John Green was inspired to write this book from the time he was working at the Champlain Children's hospital and from a friend who had cancer.
The novel was published in 2012.
"Damn near genius...
The Fault in Our Stars
is a love story, one of the most genius and moving ones in American fiction, but it's also an existential tragedy of tremendous intelligence and courage and sadness." -TIME Magazine
Hazel, who has thyroid cancer attends support group which is led by Patrick. This is where they are counselled and also discuss and pray for theirs and others health. This is the place where Isaac is first introduced in the story and where Hazel first meets Augustus.

Hazel is limited from doing many activities.
* traveling
* has to carry her oxygen tank wherever she goes
* standing for too long or running
This increases the desire to do more things in the short period of time they have in life.
(coming of age)
After the funeral Hazel met Peter Van Houten and talked to him discovering more about him and his family.
Hazel found out about the letter which Augustus had written and discovered that he wrote it to Peter. This raised hope in Hazel.
Augustus's cancer came back before he left for Amsterdam. Hazel did not know, but the rest of the characters did.
She found out the day after they went to see Peter Van Houton
Creative Component
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