Douglas Coupland Essay | Girlfriend in a Coma

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Girlfriend in a Coma

Summary: The novel Girlfriend in a Coma, by Douglas Coupland, has many themes present, and there are many lessons to be learnt from this novel.
Girlfriend in a Coma by Douglas Coupland

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The novel, Girlfriend in a Coma by Douglas Coupland, begins in the late 70's with Karen and Richard, a young teenage couple at a party. The story goes on when Karen overdoses on Valium and falls into a coma; this was the beginning of a serious of events which happened while Karen was in a coma. Karen had a baby while in a coma, and Richard becomes very depressed, as do all their best friends. Without Karen everyone is a mess, and they don't really live their lives. One day, seventeen years later, Karen comes out of her coma, meets her teenage daughter Megan, and brings life back to her friends and family. However, the world dies, and leaves Karen, Richard, Megan and their four closest friends alive. During this year of living in a world without anyone...

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