All the Bright Places | Study Guide

Jennifer Niven

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Finch, Part 1 s today a good day to die? Sources: JenniferNiven.com, Simon & Schuster Copyright © 2018 Course Hero, Inc. Eleanor’s Glasses Reflect how Violet can’t move beyond her sister’s death The Cardinal Represents futility and parallels Finch’s life The Waves A novel symbolizing words and feelings Finch can relate to Symbols Drinks alcohol regularly; displays traits of bipolar disorder; hits his son Theodore Finch Mr. Ted Finch Deceased teenager; coauthored a web magazine with Violet Eleanor Markey Withdrawn aspiring writer; eventually overcomes the loss of her sister Violet Markey Lonely, abused young man; changed by his relationship with Violet Theodore Finch Main Characters Niven began writing before age 10. She has since authored adult and teen books, as well as a web magazine and award-winning screenplay. All the Bright Places, her first young adult novel, appeared on the New York Times Best-Seller list. JENNIFER NIVENBORN 1968 Author Secrets about illness and abuse add to the perils Theodore Finch faces. Secrets Exploration draws the main characters together and tethers them to the present. Exploration A central struggle is death—battling suicidal feelings and dealing with loss. Death After Theodore Finch and Violet Markey meet at a bell tower, they explore their home state for a class project. As they grow closer and fall in love, Violet overcomes her depression—but Finch’s undiagnosed bipolar disorder worsens. Not Quite Romeo & Juliet THEMES English Original Language 2015 Year Published Jennifer Niven Author All the Bright Places Romance Novel

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