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  • The Fault in Our Stars
    Hazel Grace Lancaster, the protagonist of The Fault in Our Stars, is presented as a relatable yet profound character who is negotiating her relationship with life, death, and cancer. We gather that...

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    The Fault in Our Stars, written by John Green, tells the story of two teenagers who meet at their cancer support group. Sixteen-year-old Hazel has had thyroid cancer for several years and has come...

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    Think of an introductory sentence for a book summary like a topic sentence or thesis statement. It should be a strong, thought-provoking statement that tells your reader specifically what you will...

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  • The Fault in Our Stars
    Let me suggest some characters who make choices that have consequences, and see if any of those seem interesting to you to write about. For any of these examples, you could ask yourself these...

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    We learn the details of Hazel's "cancer miracle story" in Chapter 2, when she relates it to Augustus, her new friend and love interest. When she was thirteen, Hazel was diagnosed with "Stage IV...

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    The book The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green, is about two teens with cancer learning to embrace their lives and make the most of it. Hazel Lancaster has thyroid cancer which is currently in a...

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  • The Fault in Our Stars
    On the top of the cover of the book, in blue hand-written looking text, there is a quote by Jodi Picoult that actually describes the mood perfectly: "Electric. . . Filled with staccato bursts of...

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    Hazel Grace meets Augustus Waters in the first chapter of Green's The Fault in Our Stars. The first step to their expected romance can be found in Hazel's attraction to Augustus, which is expressed...

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    Hazel and Augustus's relationship differs from that of other teens because of their cancer and consequent life experiences. Both continue to face terminal illness so they have grown up quickly....

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  • The Fault in Our Stars
    This quote is on page 122 in my version of the text. If you have a different version, you can easily find this quote by heading to Chapter 8, then flipping to about halfway through the chapter....

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  • The Fault in Our Stars
    Below are ten complications of varying degrees of seriousness. 1) Hazel discusses the initial complications of her diagnosis, which include not going to school, not being able to get a driver's...

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    Well, in the book, Hazel Grace describes her features as thus: “I was wearing old jeans, which had once been tight but now sagged in weird places, and a yellow T-shirt advertising a band I...

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    It can be pretty annoying (or at least confusing) when a film based on a book doesn't really match up with how the book conveyed the story. This is a matter of interpretation, and unfortunately, a...

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    In the story, Hazel lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. She jokes that it's the "137th nicest city in America," hinting that it's a crummy place to live or at least that it doesn't have anything...

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    In the book The Fault in Our Stars, the characters Hazel Grace and Augustus are two teens coping with cancer. Hazel distances herself from others. When she meets Augustus at a support group, they...

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    In the novel, The Fault in Our Stars, there are many instances of both Hazel and Augustus being close to their families. Hazel is so close to her mother and father that she is able to tell when...

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    This is one book that I read recently just for sheer pleasure and, further, just to see what "real teens" were reading and were "into." I also wanted to make sure I read it before I saw the movie....

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    Three main scenes in The Fault in Our Stars: 1. Sixteen year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster who has terminal thyroid cancer attends a cancer patients' support group at her mother's behest. There she...

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    After learning that Augustus has died, Hazel reads comments written on the Internet, but finds them artificial. To one message sent, she replies, We live in a universe devoted to the creation,...

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    It is difficult to go very far in analyzing themes from The Fault in Our Stars without identifying the theme of love. Love is a dominant theme in the novel. It is experienced on different levels...

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    John Green wastes no time providing details of his protagonist in The Fault in Our Stars. The opening sentence of Chapter One begins with this self-description regarding Hazel’s age: “Late in...

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    While author John Green was regularly on the set of the film to ensure that it stayed true to his celebrated book, there were a few key differences. The following are five of the most noticeable...

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  • John Green
    John Green is a writer who is passionate about people. His stories allow us to share the feelings and experiences of real people in real situations. In the author's own words, writing is a...

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    The mood and atmosphere of John Green's The Fault in Our Stars is set early in the opening of the novel. Readers immediately come to know the protagonist, Hazel Grace Lancaster, through a very...

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    The climactic event in a novel, such as The Fault in Our Stars" , is the pivotal moment when "something" happens and a lot of consequences happen as a result of it. Aside from being the moment of...

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  • The Fault in Our Stars
    The title "The Fault in Our Stars" is a reference to the Shakespeare play Julius Ceaser. Cassius says, "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings." You...

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    If you haven't experienced the feeling that John Green is talking about, you have a treat in store for you. The time will come when a book will make such an impression on you that you will want...

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    John Green filled The Fault in Our Stars with many memorable quotes. Sme of the most poignant moments in the novel addressed the idea of fate and trying to find your own meaningful place in the...

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    While Hazel Grace Lancaster insists that her cancer does not define who she is as a person, the thyroid cancer which has spread to her lungs largely contributes to her physical characteristics,...

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    Peter Van Houten comes back to America to attend Augustus Waters' funeral. Unbeknownst to Hazel, Augustus had remained in contact with Van Houten after their first disastrous meeting in Amsterdam....

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    Question edited to a single question (per eNotes policy.) The main conflict in The Fault In Our Stars concerns Hazel Lancaster's inner struggle to come to terms with her terminal form of cancer...

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    When you ask about "language and style," you are asking about diction and techniques like, for example, imagery and irony. Diction encompasses the mode of word selection and the vocabulary of word...

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    Hi kuztumz1, eNotes has detailed chapter summaries of the novel, which you can read via the link below.

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