Margo's Hideaways

Discuss the April 2015 book of the month, "Paper Towns" by John Green.
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Post by afrakes » 03 Jun 2016, 15:44

Great insight! I hadn't thought about this pattern while reading the book, but it certainly makes sense now. Thank you for making me appreciate this book from a new aspect!

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Post by Genaaa » 10 Sep 2016, 03:00

I actually had never though about it this way or considered this. I think this is an excellent take on the way the movie was produced and which buildings were used depending on the part of the book.
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Post by gaporter » 19 Jul 2017, 12:13

I think that the buildings also reflect Quentin in each stage as well. His perspective changes with each subsequent building he encounters, and he is able to see and understand other people a little more clearly, especially Margo. It is like he can see through the cracks or the "windows and mirrors" or like his own shell is cracking open.

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