71 pages 2 hours read

Jennifer Niven

All The Bright Places

Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 2015

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Shortly after Finch and Violet meet for the first time, he asks her to be his partner while completing a project for their U.S. geography class. Violet tells Mr. Black, the teacher, that she is “not ready” to present an oral report. Mr. Black responds, “It is time to get…back on the camel” (31). What is Violet referring to, and why does her teacher respond in this way?


Many students at Bartlett High School refer to Finch as “Theodore Freak.” How did this nickname evolve? What emotions does this evoke in Finch, and what does this say about the people who use it to describe him?


Violet and Finch begin their relationship with a Facebook correspondence in which they both quote sections from Virginia Woolf’s “The Waves.” How does this book foreshadow the ending of their story? What is the significance of constant reference to water?

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