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The Theme of Truth in "Nothing but the Truth"

Summary: In "Nothing but the Truth" by Steven Lubet, the basis for the story is Phillip's lies and conflicts with teachers, school officials, and parents.
Nothing But The Truth is a great book for any student. What makes this book so great? The three big ideas, truth, opposition and cause. The idea of truth challenges the characters to tell the truth or lie, which then leads to opposition (the act of being in conflict) and with opposition there comes cause for all that happens . These three ideas bind together to make this a great book.

Truth is the most significant and important idea of Nothing But The Truth. It brings the climax out and adds personality to the characters. Right when you see the title, you start thinking of what the book could be about. Do all the characters lie? Are people getting in trouble for telling the truth? As for the great brain action "truth" brings to the reader, it also adds suspense and drama to the situation. Characters lie to eachother...

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