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THE THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF JOHN GREEN'S THE FAULT IN OUR STARS

S.L.Xayrulloyeva

The painstaking struggle of Esther Earl, who was born August 3, 1994, and contracted a terminating illness in her childhood became the inspiration for John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars protagonist Hazel Grace Lancaster. The author made up some events and personages around real-life-based-character Hazel. This work has become world-class bestseller and occupied a special place from the hearts of millions of readers around the world. The main purpose of this article is to demonstrate implicit themes in this literary masterpiece. We conducted this study on library research method, gathering data from both academic and non-academic fields. The findings illustrated that there are at least seven themes manifested in this book.1) Fate; 2) Accepting reality; 3) Love; 4) Courage to suffer; 5) Importance of dreams; 6) Obsessions; 7) Commitment. Finally, we drew the conclusion that being bound to die could not stop the personages from living, because life is not measured by the days they are alive, but by the days they are living their dreams.

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