Identity In Paper Towns John Green

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The story Paper Towns by John Green is an eye-popping novel, which reels the reader in to a captivating story. The books is about a young shy man named Quentin, who will soon experience one of the best moments of his life. This happens when Quentin gets reacquainted with Margo, nine years after the dead body incident. Margo takes Quentin along to help her prank her friends who had betrayed her. The next day, nonetheless, the mysterious Margo is nowhere to be found. With help from a few of his friends and some clues that she had left behind, Quentin starts a journey to find Margo who he thinks had stolen his heart and made him feel alive. John Green uses characterization to communicate the theme that identity is not permanent. Quentin is characterized

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