Pulse Themes & Motifs

Patrick Carman
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Friendship

Friendship is a major theme in Patrick Carman’s novel, “Pulse.” Friendship, involves mutual affection, loyalty, compassion, caring, and kindness between two or more individuals. Friendship appears for Faith in two characters, Liz and Hawk. Each ultimately helps Faith in different ways.

Faith’s friendship with Liz warrants that of best friend status. It is to Liz that Faith reveals her innermost secrets and beliefs, and spends time with like no other. Liz, in turn, does the same. Liz’s companionship helps Faith get through the decision of her parents to simply leave; and Faith’s companionship helps Liz to get over the absence of Noah from her life. Both girls frequently hold hands, because in a sense, they are more than friends. They might as well be sisters because each is a rock for the other. This is especially true when it comes to emotional...

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