The title is inspired by Act 1, Scene 2 of Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar , in which the nobleman Cassius says to Brutus: “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” The Fault in Our Stars .
Augustus’s biggest fear is oblivion, that in leaving the world he will not be remembered. The Fault In Our Stars centers around the romance between Augustus and Hazel as they try to find an answer to their existence and enjoy the small time they have together.
In this book Hazel and Augustus have a specific way of flirting which is when they both say okay over and over again. “Maybe okay will be our always.”” This is a very symbolic line in the book because it shows that they will never give up on each other and they will always stay together.
Its narrator, 16-year-old Hazel , has stage 4 thyroid cancer which has metastasized to her lungs, forcing her to use an oxygen tank because, as she puts it, “her lungs suck at being lungs.” Hazel’s love interest, Augustus, is a 17-year-old former high school basketball star who has lost a leg to osteosarcoma (bone
The book’s title, The Fault in Our Stars , comes from a line in Shakespeare’s play in Julius Caesar where Cassius says, “The fault , dear Brutus is not in our stars , / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” Cassius seems to be saying that it’s not fate that dooms men, but instead their own failings.
Augustus “Gus” Waters was born on March 14, 1994, and is one of two main characters and the male love interest in The Fault in Our Stars.
|Cause of Death||Metastatic cancer ((full body)(Cancer recurrence from Osteosarcoma that spread))|
|Portrayed by||Ansel Elgort|
He teaches Hazel that every life should be a full life. He believes that everyone should leave a mark on the Earth. Augustus shows her that even if you won’t live long, you can live an exciting and complete life. Hazel realizes this near the end of the book, when Gus gets cancer again.
rising action Hazel meets Augustus Waters and quickly falls in love with him as they bond and travel to Amsterdam, but soon they discover that Augustus’s cancer has returned. climax Hazel rushes to the gas station where Augustus, his health badly deteriorated, finds himself stuck and helpless.
Hazel doesn’t die (as in the book/movie ends before she dies she must die at some point because she is only mortal), Augustus does .
Quote by John Green: “Maybe ‘ okay ‘ will be our ‘ always ”
Hazel gave Gus An Imperial Affliction and Gus gave Hazel Midnight Dawns. Hazel also has her 33rd half birthday and spends the day at the mall . She meets up with one of her old school friend, Kaitlyn and shops with her. Hazel gets even more in Gus’ book series and buys the next two books.
What did Augustus do when a depressed Hazel called him from her backyard ? He came over and helped her write an ad to sell her old swing set. What happened during the flight to Amsterdam? Despite Hazel’s wish to spare him pain, Augustus told her that he loved her .
T.F.I.O.S. features a 16-year-old girl, Hazel, who also has metastatic thyroid cancer, and a 17-year old boy, Augustus (Gus), who is in remission from osteosarcoma as the story begins. The pair meet in a support group for adolescents with cancer and fall in love.
Isaac is one of the supporting characters of The Fault in Our Stars. He had an eye cancer known as retinoblastoma , he also had one glass eye and one real eye, then the other real eye was removed and he is NEC.
Patrick is a background character in The Fault in Our Stars, who isn’t spoken about very often. He is the head of the Support Group and a prostate cancer survivor.