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The Fault in our Stars

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Hazel Grace

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Transcript of The Fault in our Stars

JOHN GREEN
THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
John Green:

Summary
Hazel Grace Lancaster
Augustus Waters
Peter Van Houten
Other Characters
Isaac
Movie
Point Of View
Themes
Author's Purpose
Literary Features
Evaluation

Hazel's love
Prosthetic leg
Osteosarcoma
Opposite of Hazel
Isaac's best friend
Lost girlfriend Caroline to cancer
Confident
- “You should see it. V for Vendetta I mean." "I'll look it up." "No. With Me. At my house. Now" 17
Charming
- "Oh, I wouldn't mind, Hazel Grace, it would be a privilege to have my heart broken by you." 176
• Born August 24, 1977 (36) in Indianapolis, Indiana.
• Married to Sarah Green (Have two children
together)
• American author of young adult fiction
• YouTube blogger (created VlogBrothers with
his brother Hank Green)
• won the 2006 Printz Award for his debut
novel, Looking for Alaska
• Won the 2008 Edward Award for Paper
Towns
• reached number one on the New York Times Best Seller
list with The Fault in Our Stars
• 16 years old
• Dealing with stage 4 Thyroid and metastasis forming in her lungs when she was just 13
• Phalanxifor (medication) is keeping her alive
• TV (American Next Top Model and Top Chef), Reading (An Imperial Affliction), College, and
Support Group are her life
• Sarcastic great sense of humor
-"Hmmm, what'd you miss...A celebrity did drugs. Politicians disagreed. A different celebrity wore a bikini that revealed a bodily imperfection."
- "Did that boy give it to you?" (referring to the book Gus gave to Hazel) and Hazel replied, "By it, do you mean herpes?" on Pg. 39
- "Good. I've gotten really hot since you went blind." (Pg. 130)
• Trying to protect others from herself, her illness
• Real person makes book more relateable

• Was a chaplain at a children’s hospital for 5 months

• This inspired Green to write The Fault in Our Stars

• Death of his friend Ester inspired him

• Life of a child with cancer

• Teenagers sick or not live and deserve a normal life

• First-person view
•Hazel Grace narrates the story
through her point of view
• June 6, 2014
• Pittsburgh & Amsterdam
• Shailene Woodley
• Ansel Elgort
• Nat Wolff


Patrick
- Support Group Leader

Monica
- Isaac's ex-girlfriend

Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster
- Hazel's Parents

Mr. and Mrs. Waters
- Augustus's Parents

Lidewij Vliegenthart
- Peter Van Houten's assistant

Kaitlyn
- Hazel's friend

Dr. Maria
- Hazel's doctor



• Support group - Hazel meets Gus through Isaac
• Go to Gus's house - An Imperial Affliction
• Isaac goes blind
• Gus uses his Wish to take Hazel to Amsterdam
• Meet Peter Van Houten
• Gus's cancer returns - relationship continues
• Gus's pre-funeral
• Hazel is in search for the letter that Gus wrote to her



Gus's bestfriend, eventually good friends with Hazel
Loses his eyesight from cancer, girlfriend breaks up with him
Emotional: ""Well, I believe in true love," Isaac said. "And I love her. And she promised. She promised me always." (4.96)
Break up leads to anger: " "Isaac stomped on them and screamed while Augustus and I stood a few feet away bearing witness to the madness"(4.107)
experiences many incredibly difficult experiences for a young teenager, including loss of love, and even worse – the death of a loved one
Water: makes life possible but the fluid in her lungs (which she refers to as water) is killing her. Augustus Waters makes life possible for Hazel, by showing her that she can still live her life even through her disease. Water is present in Augustus in both his eyes (which were blue) and his name.

"smoking cigarettes"- "...it's a metaphor, see: You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don't give it the power to do it's killing
Foreshadowing:
Hazel and Gus both start the same movie at the same time, but Augustus' starts before hers does. Implies that Augustus knew more about the future than Hazel did, since he already knew about his disease. He knew about what was happening in the movie first, and he knew what was going to happen to him before Hazel did.
Motif:
Metaphor:
What Worked
Point of View
Language
Imagery ""As he read, I fell in love the way you fall asleep; Slowly, and then all at once." - Hazel
Humor: "What a slut time is. She screws everybody."-Van Houten & quote on page 4
What Didn't
The ending
Author of
An Imperial Affliction
-Hazel's favorite book
Washed-up, solitary alcoholic living in Amsterdam
Rude, abrasive, & utterly drunk because meeting was a surprise
Had daughter who died of cancer; served as basis of book
Lidewij comments about him: "Circumstance has made him so cruel" (12, 154)
Cares about children with cancer; can sympathize
Justifiably abrasive on outside because that's how he copes with loss
Seeing two reminds him of things that are painful in his life
"I was trying to provide you with comfort, I suppose, which I should have known better than to attempt..." (12, 120)
The Struggles in Life
Cancer
Love Triumphs Over Hardship
Coping With Death of Loved One
"That's part of what I like about the book in some way. It portrays death truthfully. You die in the middle of your life, in the middle of a sentence. But I do God, I do really want to know what happens to everyone else. That's what I asked him in my letters. But he, yeah, he never replied." 67
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