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Everyday by David Levithan

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Stephanie Burgos

on 15 November 2013

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Transcript of Everyday by David Levithan

Setting
Setting is not constant
Usually at Rhiannon's school and neighborhood
Coffee shops and bookstores
Modern day
Conflict
Plot
A
took
Rhiannon
on a date as her boyfriend.
A wants to be with Rhiannon
Rhiannon's boyfriend is
abusive
.
A needs to help her but he only has less than 24 hours
everyday
until he is in a new body
Goes to a party as
Nathan
Nathan begins to track him down because he claims he was
"possessed by Satan"
Everyday by David Levithan
Characters
Internal
He wants to be with Rhiannon
He changes bodies
everyday
changing location
External
Nathan claiming A is Satan
Nathan tries to track A down, attempting to expose him
A
16
no true body
different body everyday (no choice over the body
in love with Rhiannon
very experienced with the world
Rhiannon

16
Boyfriend is abusive.
Nice girl
Only one who knows about A
Cares a lot for A
Nathan
Antagonist
A took his body for a day
Claims he was possessed by Satan
Tries to hunt down A
Symbols, Motifs, & Theme
Theme
The theme of this book is that it shouldn't matter what is on the outside because the inside is the most important part.
Symbols & Motifs
The motif is that
everyday
, A is in another body.
At the end of the book a symbol is the post it notes, scattered everywhere, just like A is scattered and placed everywhere.
Quotes
“I wake up thinking of yesterday. The joy is in remembering; the pain is in knowing it was yesterday.”

“I am a drifter, and as lonely as that can be, it is also remarkably freeing. I will never define myself in terms of anyone else.”

“Kindness connects to who you are, while niceness connects to how you want to be seen.”

“Answerless questions can destroy you. Move on.”
Knowledge
comes at a price
The more A knows about the persons life, the more destructive it is
Not only to A, but to the person he has become.
Everyday is an excellent book. It is well paced, has characters of all kind (even if they are the same mind every time), and is continuous. I definitely enjoyed reading it and would recommend it to everyone.
Review
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