Love You Hate You Miss You Themes

Elizabeth Scott
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Friendship

Friendship is a major, dominant theme in Elizabeth Scott's novel, "Love You Hate You Miss You". Friendship occurs in false and genuine ways, and occurs primarily between three sets of characters- Amy and Julia, Amy and Caro, and Beth and Caro.

Genuine friendship occurs between Amy and Julia in the sense that Amy and Julia -though they have their disagreements and make their own choices- still get along well together, doing things such as shopping, hanging out, making fudge and caramel, and going to parties together. Amy and Julia do look out for each other, though it appears that Julia may have even taken advantage of Julia, and the grain alcohol incident demonstrates that Julia may not be as true a friend as Amy had previously believed. Nevertheless, Julia recants for her mistakes, and continues to be a dutiful and loyal friend to Amy.

Genuine friendship also occurs...

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