Another Day Themes & Motifs

David Levithan
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Identity

Identity is an important feature throughout the novel that impacts the ways the characters perceive each other’s and their own lives. Levithan calls to question the different factors that affect people’s formation of identities. A has changed bodies every day for A’s entire life. This means that A has always had different appearances and experiences lives of different backgrounds. Yet, A has developed a distinct identity that is different from the people whose bodies A inhabits. This makes it possible for Rhiannon to fall in love with A, since A’s consistent and likeable personality draws her to A with each of their meaningful interactions.

In contrast, Rhiannon struggles with her personal identity. She feels insecure and prone to loneliness, which makes her want to be very careful around her friends and Justin. She tries to control her behaviors in an effort to...

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