Going Bovine Themes

Libba Bray
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The overarching theme in Going Bovine is that of love. Different aspects of love that are discussed include understanding love, falling in love, renewing love and the different types of love felt by people.

During Cameron's quest, he learns more about the love that his parents share. At first it seems to him that they are not in love, but as they watch their only son struggle with terminal illness he notices that their bond is deeper than he originally thought.

Cameron also learns a lot about his love for his sister. As he describes her in the book it is clear that they have a sibling rivalry, but he never expresses hatred of her. As the book progresses, Cameron thinks of his sister fondly. They repair their relationship while at the YA! house and he sees her in the future with a child named after him.

Cameron's...

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