The Fault in Our Stars Personal Connection
Updated: 4/10/2018
The Fault in Our Stars Personal Connection
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The Fault in Our Stars By John Green

Lesson Plans by Bridget Baudinet

John Green’s fourth novel, The Fault in Our Stars, has gained a following among tween and teen readers. This is partly due to its tragic love story, but may also be due to its thought-provoking subject matter. The book explores philosophical questions about the meaning of life, death, and suffering. While adults may find the topics in this novel heavy and too mature for children, Green believes that young readers are probably already thinking about them. The Fault in Our Stars provides young adults with a poignant way to explore the important questions of the human experience. From a literary perspective, it calls upon students to recognize a number of important metaphors and symbols while tracing the subtle character development of the protagonists.


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The Fault in Our Stars

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  • FAVORITE LITERARY REFERENCE
  • "so much depends / upon / a red wheel / barrow / glazed with rain / water / beside the white / chickens" I like this poem because it means that the simple things in life are very important, like spending time with your grandmother.
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