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Hey guys, I need a little help with this question. It's quite an easy topic to write about since it is one of the overriding themes of the book. I already have some ideas e.g. that it is presented in 5 stages through each of the characters; denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, but do you have any other ideas as to how it is presented and its significance?
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I haven’t read the book but I’ve been meaning to and the movie is one of my absolute favourites so don’t take my word as gospel. I think it would be interesting if you explored the grief Susie feels for herself as she watches her loved ones and how that’s a different grief altogether than that which her family feels for her.
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(Original post by lauren.wr)
I haven’t read the book but I’ve been meaning to and the movie is one of my absolute favourites so don’t take my word as gospel. I think it would be interesting if you explored the grief Susie feels for herself as she watches her loved ones and how that’s a different grief altogether than that which her family feels for her.
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