Going Too Far Themes

Jennifer Echols
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Relationships

One of the primary themes running through the novel is relationships. The novel reveals that even the individuals that make up a family have different relationships among the family members. For example, Meg is much closer to her mother than she is to her father. While her mother tries to protect and stick up for Meg, her father has given up on bailing Meg out because she's always getting into trouble.

Friendship is another type of relationship that the novel addresses. First, Tiffany and Meg are friends in junior high school. They become friends again when they are getting ready to graduate from high school. Meg has closed herself off to getting close to people since she got cancer and survived it. By the end of the novel, Meg and Tiffany rekindle their friendship, even planning to be roommates in an apartment at the University of Birmingham.

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