Shatter Me Themes & Motifs

Tahereh Mafi
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Isolation

For Juliette, the theme of isolation is prevalent in terms of her character. From a young age, she has been isolated from the world. First her parents isolated themselves from her when they found that her touch could be painful or lethal. For the parents, it is if Juliette has ruined their lives and is not someone worthy of their time or attention. In minor flashbacks, the reader sees that the parents have an unending hatred for her and others around her treat her as a monster.

Juliette's parents believed that she has ruined their lives. They wanted a perfect life and family, and because of Juliette's ability they felt that they have been robbed of it. They constantly mentally, verbally, and physically abused Juliette. She spent most of her time at home locked in her room and she tried to stay out of their way...

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