The Fault in Our Stars

in the book, in general.

do either of hazel and gus conform, in behavior or thinking, to what we normally assosiate with young cancer patients? explain you answer and appoints example of the story.

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No, in my opinion, neither Hazel or Gus conform to what we would believe about cancer patients and the effects of the disease upon them. There is always a sense of hope.... there's an honestness they can only have between themselves because they each understand what the other is going through. I think Hazel and Gud are inspiring..... amazing. That they can find love, happiness, and hope in the midst of debiliatating dissease is inspirational.