The example below shows a sample storyboard for an exploration of the theme of fate. Hazel of course, is over the moon about the whole idea, but first she has to convince her hovering, worried parents and her skeptical doctors. But I wanted to write a novel about the things that make life possible and valuable and how many of those things are also what makes life painful and temporary. At his funeral, though, she gives a different eulogy than the one she had written him. During the meal, Augustus confesses his love for Hazel. And if the inevitability of human oblivion worries you, I encourage you to ignore it. When Hazel arrives at the support group, she notices a new attendee at the group staring at her as she gets a cup of lemonade.
Me, I didn't cry, though at times my tear ducts tingled; I was on the verge. Hazel is elated to finally get the answers she has been waiting for about the end of An Imperial Affliction. The situation seems hopeless until one of the physicians most familiar with her case, Dr. About important matters, he is compelled to be brutally honest. They head back to the hotel where they make love for the first and only time.
He then puts a cigarette in his mouth, which upsets Hazel because it has ruined her impression of him. Works with Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Google Slides. But it's gently directed by Josh Boone and beautifully acted. Describe two examples of direct characterization and two examples of indirect characterization. Carefully structured dialogue and razor-sharp characters brim with genuine intellect, humor and desire. I abandoned it after about four chapters.
Whether she actually believes it by the end is unclear, but perhaps her relationship with Gus and realizations about her parents' feelings for her complicate her beliefs about the intermingling of pain and joy. On the outside it appears he does have control, but the cigarettes also reveal his insecurities and fears of being out of control. Hazel takes him to Funky Bones for a picnic. Illustrate instances of each theme and write a short description below each cell. Hazel shares her favorite book, An Imperial Affliction, with Augustus, and together they obsess about the unsolved ending. Hazel is astonished to find Van Houten at the funeral. Woodley and Elgort were filmed on a canal-side public bench.
She is thrilled, but when he touches her face she feels hesitant for some reason. The onlookers, including Litewij, applaud them. This section contains 309 words approx. I don't want to spoil it by looking up the ending online because I really like this book but I will update this post when I am finished reading. They broke up because they didn't understand each other but mostly because Issac went fully blind which Monica, a healthy teenager, can't relate to. This particular thoughtful and darkly humorous quote makes up the second paragraph of the novel and sets the tone of Hazel's narration for the remainder of the book. It was Augustus who finally hung up.
I generally appreciate snarkiness and Veronica Mars-like intelligence and quick wit in teenagers and I got a lot of that dialogue so that was welcome. The book ends with her reading the eulogy, which states that he hopes that she's happy with the choices she made. This will start a 2-Week Free Trial - No Credit Card Needed Important lines or events can be highlighted with storyboards. Falling Action As Augustus's health deteriorates, Hazel and Gus grow closer together and help each other deal with their physical and emotional pain. The novel ends midsentence, which Hazel thinks is genius, as it portrays the realities of death.
There will be no one left to remember Aristotle or Cleopatra, let alone you. For each cell, have students create a scene that follows the story in sequence using: Exposition, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution. Why does the author use both approaches, and to what end i. While I was at work, in the back of my mind I was wondering what was happening with them and I couldn't wait to get back to the book. All she wants to do is be there for him, and watching him die takes up her whole life. They keep in touch via text over the weeks that follow and grow closer.
Then he moved to Amsterdam and became an alcoholic and a recluse. One evening during a phone conversation, Gus tells Hazel that he tracked down Van Houten's assistant and got a response from a message he wrote to him. He deteriorates rapidly and persuades Peter to come to his funeral to finally give Hazel-Grace her answers. Just then, Augustus pulls out a cigarette and places it in his mouth. Hazel explains the magnificence of An Imperial Affliction: It is a novel about a girl named Anna who has cancer, and it's the only account she's read of living with cancer that matches her experience.
He now requires a wheelchair to get around. Pretty soon, they're swooning over the same books and having phone calls into the wee hours of the night. She proceeds to go on a kind of crazy search for what he's written, which she thinks might be the alternate ending to An Imperial Affliction that she wanted so badly. . Dramatica type: Conceiving an Idea Requirements the steps towards achieving the goal : Hazel-Grace gets to personally experience being a survivor when she falls in love with Augustus and then loses him to cancer. He reveals that Anna was based off Van Houten's 8-year-old daughter who died of leukemia. Students can create a storyboard capturing the narrative arc in a work with a six-cell storyboard containing the major parts of the plot diagram.