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    I think that one specific theme that is shared in both works is how what one loves is critical to identity formation. Marcus defines his own identity based on the people in his life that he cares...

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    I think that one significant theme that comes out of the novel is the idea that an individual's relationship with a media- driven society has to be monitored and controlled extensively. Both...

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    I think that one of the most important techniques in creating Hornby's novel is the idea of parallel characterizations. Both Will and Marcus are created as parallels of one another, representing...

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    I think that the fundamental purpose of Hornby's work is to provide another dimension to the examination of the media driven youth culture in London of the mid- 1990s. Hornby seems to be trying to...

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    I'm sure you have already conducted a basic search-engine exploration and found that very little has been published or even journaled about in the way of teaching this novel in the classroom....

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    Will didnt get worse throughout the book, he got better. Meeting Marcus and learning a few things made him change his veiws in life about relationships and other things, this made him a better and...

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    It is not only our parents who shape our identity, but also all people around us. And what about newspapers, radio and television ? Now I come to the eternal question : What influences us the most...

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    From the very start, school seems like an alien, hostile territory. Marcus is struck by a feeling of doom and tries to think of ways to get out of being the gang's next victim:They patrolled up and...

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