What Alice Forgot Themes & Motifs

Liane Moriarty
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Youth is a Perception

This theme is clearly demonstrated with several characters throughout the book. One of the most prominent characters to embody this trait is Alice. When Alice loses her memories, she reverts to her younger self. She’s constantly surprised to find how much she’s changed in the last few years. In her eyes, she’s become the kind of person that she used to hate. She seems very unhappy and bitter, and she now lives such a busy life. Alice thinks that her life is too busy and she doesn’t have any time to sit back and appreciate life.

When Alice gets her memory back, she thinks that it was her younger self that was wrong. She believes that she was being too youthful and naïve and didn’t understand the way the world worked. Alice doesn’t revert fully back...

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