Absolutely Remarkable Thing Themes & Motifs

Hank Green
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Social Media and Internet

Published in 2018, Hank Green heavily relies on social media throughout his novel to appeal to a young, social media-crazed readership. When the book begins, art student April prides herself on using phone applications minimally. After she unexpectedly acquires overnight fame, however, April becomes obsessed with Twitter, believing that she owes her following frequent updates on the Carls, but also posting random snippets of her life outside of advocating for the aliens. Whenever new information about the Carls comes to light, April usually shares this information readily with the internet rather than first getting advice from her team. For example, after Hollywood Carl’s hand disappears, April writes through her Twitter, @AprilMaybeNot: “Just performed a dramatically successful experiment with Hollywood Carl. His hand detached and ran away. I know that sounds absurd, but that’s what happened. We have footage and will be uploading...

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