Analysis Of The Fault In Our Stars

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Is it important to care about the people of the earth and help them in any way possible? The generation that all live today is truly dependent on others help and care. Both The Fault in our Stars by John Green, and Selma directed by Ava DuVernay, express the importance and necessity of interdependence within a society. Interdependence can provide support to individuals giving them the strength to rely on each other and focus on their own personal growth. Hazel Grace Lancaster from the novel The Fault in our Stars, who is diagnosed with Cancer at a young age, meets a boy named Augustus Waters at a support group that she goes to once a week. They fall deeply in love with each other until Augustus dies. Hazel is at a point in life where she is giving up. She knows her death is not far away, so she does not do anything at all. Hazel says that going to school will be useless because, in the future, she is most likely not going to be able to use that knowledge. Hazel Grace further finds out about the adventures and surprises in life and the people who are in a worse situation than hers. The reason why Hazel starts to have faith in life or how she got to meet Augustus Waters is because of her mother. Her mother helps her plenty through life and the hard times for the past few years. Her mother does support Hazel emotionally, medically and financially. Hazel loves her mother and cannot thank her enough for her help. Hazel thinks that she is a grenade since her mother and father
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