The Fault In Our Stars
This picture represents the
beginning of the story, when
Hazel (The protagonist) was sick
mentally and physically. She was
depressed and feeling as if there
wasn’t much of a point in living
with her cancer anymore. Hazel
just wanted to stay at home and
not talk to anyone. All of her
friends were in school still, but
she was a 16 year old dropout
because of her illness.
This next picture shows a man comforting the person
he’s holding. I used this to represent Hazel going to her
support group, where they all comfort and help each
other through their cancer/personal problems. In the
book she says her Mom always makes her go and that it
was usually more depressing than helpful. This time was
I chose this picture because it shows a girl noticing a boy, which is exactly what
happened at Hazel’s support group that day. There was a new guy there named
Augustus Waters. He just went to support his friend Isacc who happened to be her
friend as well. They both were very interested in each other, so he invited her to go
to his place to watch a movie.
I chose this picture to represent how happy Hazel was when her and
Augustus began seeing quite a lot of each other. They became very
close and he was easily the most important person in her life.
After Augustus told Hazel he would use his wish on her, all of Hazel’s
doctors weren’t sure if they should let her go on the long trip. After awhile
of convincing, she finally was allowed to go. So I used this picture to show
how happy and excited she was that her disease wouldn't’t stop her from
having her dream come true.
I chose this picture to show how eager Hazel was to go fly
and meet her favourite author of all time, with her favourite
boy by her side.
I chose this picture to represent how disappointed she was to find out that the author of
her favourite book was just some mean drunk, who wouldn’t answer any of their questions.
Hazel also felt bad that Augustus used his wish for nothing.
I used this photo to represent Hazel and Augustus finally kissing while at the
Anne Frank display. I also chose it because this kiss took place during the
second world war, which created a lot of despair. I thought it was fitting
because both Hazel and Augustus’ life's have been a war against cancer, but
they still had each other.
I used this photo to show how Hazel felt when
Augustus told her that his cancer was back, and it
was everywhere. She knew that there was almost no
chance of him surviving it, and there was nothing
she could do about it.
I chose this photo to show how lonely and reckless
Hazel felt after Augustus passed away. She had
been expecting a call in the middle of the night
saying he was gone for weeks, and it finally
I chose this picture to represent the part of the book where
Augustus’ funeral took place, and her family and Issac were
there to support her. Also afterwards her and Issac spent some
time together, trying to move on from their loss.
I chose this picture to represent the search of whatever Augustus
had been writing for her, or so she was told he had been. It was if
she was blind, bcecause she had already looked in every possible
place it could be. She began losing hope that he had even been
able to write anything.
I chose this as the last picture because Hazel was feeling both of these
emotions. She finally got the writing that Augustus had done, which made her
feel more content. In the last paragraph he says that he hopes Hazel is happy
with the choices she has made. Hazel says yes, she is happy.