Miles's Death In 'Looking For Alaska'

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Alaska’s Death In Looking for Alaska, there are many different themes throughout this book. There’s guilt, suffering, friendship, loyalty, and many more. Out of all these themes, the most important theme is probably forgiveness. Alaska forgave herself for the death of her mother. Then when she died her friends forgave her for making them a part of hers. Alaska’s death helps the story show the importance of self-forgiveness and the forgiveness of others. Early in the book, Alaska talks about the labyrinth and how to escape it. The labyrinth in this book is life and the suffering we have in it. We all are in some labyrinth, whatever it is, and are in search for an escape. Miles’s escape was to move to Culver Creek and find a Great Perhaps

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