Fault in our  stars

Eulena Marie Rosado


- Internal Conflict

Hazel trying to deal with her cancer and the fact that it is terminal. Hazel let's her cancer control her and take over her life. She uses her cancer as an excuse to not love Augustus. She says that she's a grenade and can't love him or commit to him because she will eventually blow up (die). She says this because she doesn't want to invite anyone into her life and when she dies, hurt them.

- External Conflict

Augustus and his amputated leg.

Author Biography

John Green is the New York times best selling author.He is a avid video blogger.He was born August 24,1977. He was born in Indianapolis, he earned double graduation degrees in English and Religious Studies from Kenyon College. When he was a working as a critique he began writing his debut. The debut was called Looking For Alaska. He published it by 2005.The Fault in Our Stars was the highest grossing novel of 2012.The Fault in Our Stars has now been adapted for big-screen, releasing in June 2014. He has two kids and he is married. He is 37 years old now.He wrote this book because he loves writing love letters for teens.

This story took place in Indiana,Indianapolis.


Augustus and Hazels love life-“Maybe okay will be our always.” “Okay,” I said.” (chapter 5, page 73)

How Augustus feels-“I’m on a roller coaster that only goes up, my friend.” (chapter 1, page 11)

When “I’m in love with you, and I know that love is just a shout into the void, and that oblivion is inevitable, and that we’re all doomed and that there will come a day when all our labor has been returned to dust, and I know the sun will swallow the only earth we’ll ever have, and I am in love with you.” (chapter 10, page 153)

The grenade is a symbol in the Fault in Our Stars because eventually she will die and she will hurt the people around her.

Vocabulary chapter 12-18

1.jowl : a fullness and looseness of the flesh of the lower cheek and jaw (characteristic of aging)

2.abominable: exceptionally bad or displeasing

3.ontological :of or relating to ontology

4.missive :a written message addressed to a person or organization

5.paradox (logic) :a statement that contradicts itself

6.infinity :time without end

7.putrid: morally corrupt or evil

8.addled: confused and vague; used especially of thinking

9.moor :secure in or as if in a berth or dock

10.encroach: impinge or infringe upon

       Static & Dynamic characters   

Static characters are characters who remain the same throughout the book. If a character's traits don't undergo a massive change in the story, this character could be considered static.

In TFIOS an example of a Static character is Hazels mother because she is the same during the whole book. She acts the same and she doesn't change.

Dynamic characters are characters who undergo a massive change in character

In TFIOS an example of a Dynamic character is Augustus. I chose him to be a Dynamic character because his cancer has gotten worse and he got worse. Eventually in the book he dies.

I picked this song to describe this novel because Hazel and Augustus's relationship was like a battlefield. They were dealing with stuff for example their cancer. Their cancer was like a battle that they were facing and sometimes their cancer would interfere with their relationship.

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