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The Rosie Project Themes & Motifs

Graeme Simsion
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The Search for Love

The search for love is one of the most common themes in literature. Every human being has basic needs, some are physical such as food and air, but there is also the need to be loved, validated and wanted just for being himself or herself. There are two obvious threads of the search for love in the Rosie Project: the Wife Project and the Father Project. Don Tillman is a 39-year-old man who wants to be married but he has social and romantic interaction issues due to Asperger's syndrome. Don's scientific nature guides him to create a questionnaire to be answered by possible romantic partners, yet Don finds them all lacking in some way. Don is at first perplexed because he solves every problem in his life with a scientific approach but the Wife Project fails miserably. Don is attracted to Rosie in...

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