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Course Hero. In Course Hero. Retrieved April 15, , from https: Accessed April 15, Hazel Grace Lancaster is a year-old diagnosed with thyroid cancer and metastatic tumors in her lungs.
Because of Hazel's depression, her doctor and her mother, Mrs. Lancaster , suggest she attend a cancer support group. She finds the support group to be generally pointless and would have preferred to continue her self-imposed solitude—until the day she meets Augustus "Gus" Waters.
Augustus, or Gus, is attending the meeting as a friend of Isaac , a year-old with retinoblastoma that has already taken one eye and will take the other during surgery in two weeks' time.
Gus had osteosarcoma approximately a year before that led to the amputation of his leg. In contrast to the other members of the group, Gus is not solely concerned with survival and death as the end goal of life, but rather with the idea that his life can mean more. His greatest fear is oblivion, that he will be forgotten after he dies; Hazel rebuts him, saying everything ends in oblivion and there is nothing you can do to stop it.
The first-person point of view limits what the reader can know initially about how other characters see Hazel, but the story is just beginning.
Constrained by the cancer flooding her lungs with fluid and weakening her ability to interact with people, Hazel retreats into her books and herself.
She feels guilty even as she knows there is nothing she did to cause the cancer. What she wants more is to lessen the pain she thinks she is causing her family rather than make an impact on the people around her. In contrast, Gus is convinced life must have meaning. On one hand, the difference in their outlooks is based on their current situations; Gus has been cancer-free for almost a year whereas Hazel's body is in the thick of its fight against her cancer.
She is depressed and wondering how much longer she has to live. Hazel's main concern is in the pain she is putting her family through, but Gus's main concern is how others perceive him as exemplified by his placement of an unlit cigarette between his lips as a visual metaphor of his defiant stand against the disease that took his leg.
Hazel is attracted to him in part because he is decidedly not depressed and is quite an interesting and engaging boy who is also quite good-looking in her eyes. They soon discover they both place great importance in words. Gus uses lots of metaphors and names things because naming something places the power in his hands. Augustus confesses to Hazel that his cancer has returned.
The two affirm their love and support for one another. Upon their return to Indianapolis, Augustus's health worsens and he ends up in the ICU for a few days.
Fearing his death, Augustus invites Isaac and Hazel to his pre-funeral, where they give eulogies. Augustus dies soon after, leaving Hazel heartbroken. Van Houten shows up at Augustus's funeral to apologize to Hazel, but Hazel does not forgive him.
It states that getting hurt in this world is inevitable, but we do get to choose whom we allow to hurt us, and that he is happy with his choice, and hopes she likes hers too. The book closes with Hazel stating that she is happy with her choice. Green released a statement saying, "Mistakes happen. The people who made this error were not bad or incompetent people, and they were not acting maliciously.
We all make mistakes, and it is not my wish to see Barnes and Noble or any of their employees vilified. Most kept to this promise, leaving the experience untarnished for those who got the book on the intended release date. The book rose to 84 on the Amazon. He proposed that the general public vote on the color Sharpie he would use to sign the books, resulting in him signing the , books with a variety of Sharpie colors, each in proportion to the number of votes received for that color.
The sizeable number of posts received prompted Green's publisher Penguin to seek a fan-designed cover for a reprint of one of Green's other books, An Abundance of Katherines.
The Fault in Our Stars has also gained places on several bestseller lists. The Fault in Our Stars received critical acclaim. Critics mostly praised the book for its humor, strong characters, language, themes and new perspective on cancer and romance.
The New York Times ' review of the book called it "a blend of melancholy, sweet, philosophical and funny" and said that it "stays the course of tragic realism", while noting that the book's unpleasant plot details "do nothing to diminish the romance; in Green's hands, they only make it more moving.
And while it does talk about those things and more, the treatment of it is far from being maudlin or trite. Several well-known authors have contributed their own positive reviews for the book. Jodi Picoult , author of My Sister's Keeper , calls The Fault in Our Stars "an electric portrait of young people who learn to live life with one foot in the grave.
Pertaining to Green's writing throughout the book, E. Lockhart , author of The Boyfriend List , says "He makes me laugh and gasp at the beauty of a sentence or the twist of a tale. He is one of the best writers alive and I am seething with envy of his talent. One notable unfavorable opinion appeared in the Daily Mail. This entire genre, as well as the genre of young-adult novels dealing with suicide and self-harm the piece mentions Thirteen Reasons Why , By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead , The Lovely Bones , and Red Tears was criticized as being "distasteful" and inappropriate for their target audience of teens.
I'm tired of adults telling teenagers that they aren't smart, that they can't read critically, that they aren't thoughtful, and I feel like that article made those arguments. In January , Fox , a division of 20th Century Fox , optioned the rights to adapt the novel into a feature film.
Weber wrote the adapted screenplay. Josh Boone signed on to direct a year later, in February Lancaster, Hazel's father. Principal photography began on August 26, , in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which doubled for the novel's setting of Indianapolis, Indiana, with a few days in Amsterdam, before concluding October 16, The film also proved to be commercially successful, retaining the No. On March , it was announced the film would mark the directorial debut of casting director Mukesh Chhabra.
Actor Sushant Singh Rajput was also announced as the male lead. Rahman was confirmed to compose music for the movie. On March 19, , after a extensive casting search, Sanjana Sanghi was announced as the female lead, in her first major role. The first poster of the film was released on July 9, The poster also revealed the working title for the remake, Kizie Aur Manny. The title was later changed to Dil Bechara , which translates to Helpless Heart.
This was done after the director heard one of the songs written for the movie with the same name, which he felt perfectly summed up the message of the film. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the novel. For the film based on the novel, see The Fault in Our Stars film. For the film's soundtrack, see The Fault in Our Stars soundtrack.
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