Suite Scarlett Themes

Maureen Johnson
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Dreams

One of the predominant and most important themes in "Suite Scarlett" is dreaming. All of the characters, like all people, have dreams about who they want to become and what they want to do. Some of their dreams are very obvious while others are more obscure. To begin with, Scarlett wants a summer job so she will have money, but her parents tell her that they need her help during the summer; luckily, Mrs. Amberson decides to hire Scarlett as her assistant when she chooses to write a book. Scarlett's other dream is to be an author. Meanwhile, Spencer dreams of becoming an actor, and his parents remind him that his year to get an acting job is almost up. He contacts everyone he knows and acquires the role of Guildenstern in a parking garage production of "Hamlet". Throughout the novel, Scarlett does her best to aid Spencer...

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