- Green, John (28 December 2006). Looking for Alaska. Penguin Young Readers Group. ISBN 9780142402511.
The Question and Answer section for Looking for Alaska is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
I think that pudge is new and is being initiated. Pudge has also joined the Colonel and his friends who seem to be isolated from others.The Colonel explains that Pudge cannot go to the administration after he is nearly drowned by the Weekday...
What page number was the quote "People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason why the world is in chaos, is because things are being loved and people are being used," on?
I have looked through every searchable text I can find, and this quote does not show up. Like you, I find multiple sources that say the quote is from Greene's novel, Looking for Alaska. I'll keep looking and see if I have any luck.
Takumi doesn't appreciate being left out of the investigation and doesn't hesitate in voicing his displeasure. He even tells Pudge how selfish he is in his belief that he alone loved Alaska, forgetting there were others who loved her too.