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Paper Towns by John Green | Summary & Analysis

    b9186178108has quotedlast year
    referring to the delicate nature of the all of the facades and habits of the people and their lives, that they are nothing
    b9186178108has quotedlast year
    referring to the delicate nature of the all of the facades and habits of the people and their lives, that they are nothing more than a fragile construction.
    Margo marvels at Quentin’s anxiety and concern. When he becomes angry, she reminds him that she chose him to accompany her on this mission and that he chose to come. They end the night breaking into Sea World and fox-trotting together. When he drops her at home, he invites her
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    The book is written first person, from his point of view, and more significantly in past tense. This is a story that is being reflected on, rather than happening in present tense, which would indicate pure experience and reaction
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    The book is written first person, from his point of view, and more significantly in past tense. This is a story that is being reflected on, rather than happening in present tense, which would indicate pure experience and reaction.
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    The book is written first person, from his point of view, and more significantly in past tense. This is a story that is being reflected on, rather than happening in present tense, which would indicate pure experience and reaction. Rather, this has all already happened, been explored and felt, and now Quentin is relating the story, with all the accepted flaws of memory, bias, context, and personal interpretation to an audience.
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    The book is written first person, from his point of view, and more significantly in past tense. This is a story that is being reflected on, rather than happening in present tense, which would indicate pure experience and reaction. Rather, this has all already happened, been explored and felt, and now Quentin is relating the story, with all the accepted flaws of memory, bias, context, and personal interpretation to an audience.
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    The book is written first person, from his point of view, and more significantly in past tense. This is a story that is being reflected on, rather than happening in present tense, which would indicate pure experience and reaction. Rather, this has all already happened, been explored and felt, and now Quentin is relating the story, with all the accepted
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    When they do finally kiss, it is a moment of completion of the understanding of their mutual circumstances. A person’s understanding of who they are, where they are going and what they must do is the final step of coming of age. Quentin and Margo have seen and lived out their youth and have examined themselves as fully as possible. Each has had one last, youthful adventure that creates the opportunity to arrive at the place of realization, the place of now.
    Aolkhovikhas quoted5 years ago
    about which group to belong to, what the price is for that belonging, and what cost there may be to striking out on their own. Quentin desires, truly, to go to college, get married, and have children and a mortgage. Margo’s thirst for private adventure and to ignore the expectations of others is a stark contrast, and one that he must confront before making his final decision
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