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Fangirl

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fangirl
A Novel By Rainbow Rowell
A Novel By Rainbow Rowell
fangirl
Rainbow Rowell lives in Omaha, Nebraska, with her husband and two sons. She has won many achievements for her book Fangirl alone including; New York Times Notable Book, Amazon Editors’ Top 20 Teen and Young Adult Books of the Year, a Junior Library Guild selection, being Tumblr’s first Reblog Book Club book, and topped LibraryReads’ first favorites list.

She is also the author of the novels: "Attachments", "Eleanor and Park", and "Landline".
Genre
Genre
The novel is classified under young-adult fiction. The intended audience is directed towards those who are having significant changes occur in their life. This is because the protagonist, Cath, goes to college for the first time, letting her experiences numerous changes such as changes in environment, and relationships.
Author
Author
Characters
Characters
Title
Title
Themes/Motifs
Themes/Motifs
Key Ideas and Real-Life
Connections
Key Ideas and Real-Life
Connections
Quotes
Quotes
Trailer
Trailer
Prezi by Camille Reyes
The significance of the title "Fangirl" is that the main character Cath, is a "fangirl". This is because she is an extremely huge fan of a novel series called, "Simon Snow" (A parallel to the Harry Potter series) by devoting most of her time to writing fanfiction, and owning all the fandom's merchandise. Thus, the title accurately encapsulates the messsage of the text because the title
is
the protagonist Cath.
I found the title interesting because I find myself a fangirl, seeing as though I am a fan of many book series, television series, and boybands.
fan·girl
/ˈfanˌgərl/
noun
informal/derogatory
an obsessive female fan (usually of movies, comic books, or science fiction).
What is a "Fangirl"?
[Courtesy of Google]
What is a "Fangirl"?
Personally, I empathize with Cath the most because she is very introverted like myself. Because of this, I know how hard it can be to meet and talk to new people, also make new friends. In addition to this, like I said earlier, I find myself a fangirl like Cath.
Because I empathize and relate to Cath the most, this makes her my favourite character.
The protagonist of the book is Cather, "Cath", Avery. Other main characters include her twin sister Wren Avery, her roomate Reagan, classmate Nick and love-interest Levi. (Cather+Wren=Catherine)
"I'd rather be broken than wasted"
“Just... isn't giving up allowed sometimes? Isn't it okay to say, ‘This really hurts, so I’m going to stop trying’?”
“It sets a dangerous precedent.”
“For avoiding pain?”
“For avoiding life.”
“In new situations, all the trickiest rules are the ones nobody bothers to explain to you. (And the ones you can't Google.)”
“I know what it’s like to be distracted. To seek out distractions. To exhaust yourself doing every other little thing rather than face a blank page”
The main idea of the work is that you must let go eventually. Cath had difficulties in letting go of the time her mother left her family behind and knowing that her sister was not going to be with her every step of the way like she use to when going to college. On top of this, Cath was very reluctant in leaving behind her "Simon Snow" fandom and knowing that the series will end very soon. But eventually she accepts these things and becomes a better person because of that. This relates to my life because like Cath, I need to learn how to move on and accept that things are not permanent.
Themes and motifs that stand out in this novel are the theme of change and transformation. As the novel progresses, you see the changes that occur to Cath. In the beginning, Cath is very shy and secluded but she becomes more and more open towards the new people in her life.
Music:
5 Seconds of Summer "Amnesia" Sydney, Australia
Capitol Records, 2014.
Rowell, Rainbow,
RainbowRowell.com
, 2013, Rainbow Rowell, Nebraska, http://rainbowrowell.com/blog/flattery/, Date of access: 10/10/2014.
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