Daisy Jones and the Six Themes & Motifs

Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Artistic Maturity

The author uses this theme to explore her characters' journey from youth to adulthood, and along with it, the evolution of their artistic maturity. This theme focuses primarily on the novel's two main characters, Daisy Jones and Billy Dunne, who were both talented singer/songwriters who gradually came to realize their full potential while collaborating with one another.

Daisy's coming of age begins in her early teen years, a time when lack of parental oversight set her on a path towards drugs and debauchery. She recalls sneaking into clubs on the Sunset Strip, experimenting with amphetamines, and losing her virginity at a very young age to an adult musician. Her first forays into writing were marred by a boyfriend stealing her lyrics, and her record label refusing to record her original songs. At the time, she lacked the artistic maturity to realize she would sometimes...

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