Irony In The Fault In Our Stars

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As this is read, many people are dying from cancer many of which could be our loved ones, but why did is this mentioned? Life is unexpecting and could end at any moment without you knowing that is why we have to make the best of it everyday. In the book, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, the characters Hazel and Augustus are not in good conditions. Even though cancer might cause depression, Hazel and Augustus show that it is possible to avoid the thought of death or their suffering that they have to endure everyday in their conditions, the possible joys of life that they experience make life worth living to them. While fighting cancer and suffering from breathing, Hazel enjoys every moment she encounters and cherishes the joyous moments …show more content…

" 'Amsterdam!' she half shouted. I smiled. 'Amsterdam,' I answered. She reached her hand down to me and pulled me up" (142). When they are landing in Amsterdam, Hazel and her mother are excited about landing in Amsterdam and Hazel's mother was happy for Hazel to get to meet the author of her favorite book and they both shout Amsterdam with joy and excitement. Also, Hazel explains how a non handsome boy stares at her she feels as if it is a form of assault, but when she sees Gus gaze at her "well". “Look, let me just say it: He was hot. A non hot boy stares at relentlessly and it is, at best, awkward and, at worst, a form of assault. But a hot boy... well” (9). At the support group in the beginning of the book, Hazel experiences happiness as Augustus stares at her with his handsome looks, which seems to bring her joy. Furthermore without telling Hazel, Hazel's mother is taking online classes to get a masters in social work. “I’m taking some …show more content…

Augustus thought that it was time to have some fun and go get revenge for Isaac on Monica by egging her car and Monica's mother popped out of her front door to see eggs all over her daughters car. “ ‘Ma’am’, Augustus said, nodding toward her, ‘your daughter’s car has just been egged by a blind man” (228). At Monica's house after she broke up with Isaac, Augustus speaks to Monica's mother when she sees her car that a blind man egged her car, which means that if she called the cops it would sound ridiculous and Gus had fun while he was egging the car and Hazel got a photo of him smiling which was the last photo. Also, Hazel says that having sex was the longest time they had ever spent together without speaking. “Honestly, it was probably the longest time we’d ever spent together without talking” (207). In Augustus's hotel room after visiting Anne Franks museum, Gus enjoys the event of sex with Hazel but it was the longest time that Hazel and Gus have went without talking. Additionally, Hazel's mother tells Hazel and Gus they have a reservation to a restaurant nearby called Oranjee for them to have some fun in Amsterdam. " In fact, you have reservations at a place called Oranjee” (158). While getting dressed at the hotel, Hazel's mother explains that Gus and Hazel are going to a dinner reservation, this dinner was a big highlight in

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