Luna Themes

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Acceptance

One of the most important themes in "Luna" is the concept of acceptance. Liam's greatest desire is to be accepted for the person he is inside, a girl named Luna. Regan accepts Luna and loves her because she is her brother. Even as a child, Regan knew that she had a sister. Liam is jealous of Regan because he wants to be the girl in their family since he feels like a girl inside, though he physically looks like a boy. He wants to be Luna all of the time, and rather than desiring to be beautiful, he simply wants to be seen as a regular girl. When Liam is oddly talkative at breakfast one morning, Regan notes that he is acting like Luna, and when she questions him about his behavior, he explains that he is testing the waters. Regan tries not to abandon Liam when he...

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