Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck Themes & Motifs

Jeff Kinney
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Friendship

Main character and narrator of the diary Greg writes this set of diary entries as a way to get out his frustration of being totally ditched by his best friend, Rowley. For Greg, middle school is a time of needing his friends for things like protection against bullies like the Mingo kids, and to have company on his walk to and school. Before Rowley starts dating Abigail Brown, Greg and Rowley do everything together: eating lunch and playing games, walking to and from school, outside school activities, such as freezing snowballs to throw at each other on nice snow days, and having sleepovers. Greg sees Rowley's choice to spend time with Abigail instead of him as a gross betrayal of friendship and trust.

Friendship is one of the most important elements of life for a middle schooler, which is why Greg is so upset over losing...

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