Twenty-six-year-old Louisa Clark (Lou) lives with her working-class family. Unambitious and with few qualifications, she feels constantly outshone by her younger sister, Treena, an outgoing single mother. Louisa, who helps support her family, loses her job at a local cafe. She goes to the Job Center and after several failed attempts is offered a unique employment opportunity: help care for Will Traynor, a successful, wealthy, and once-active young man who was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident two years earlier. Will's mother, Camilla, hires Louisa despite her lack of experience, believing Louisa can brighten his spirit. Louisa meets Nathan, who cares for Will's medical needs, and Will's father, Steven, a friendly upper-class businessman whose marriage to Camilla is strained.
Metaphor- “I will never, ever regret the things I've done. Because most days, all you have are places in your memory that you can go to.”
Imagery- Louisa bumble bee tights. when Louisa was little her mom got her the bumble bee tights and she lost them so will got her bumble bee tights for her birthday.
personification- “I will never, ever regret the things I've done. Because most days, all you have are places in your memory that you can go to.”
This picture represents the novel because he is in a wheelchair and is unable to clean himself up. Lou is his caretaker.
Theme: live life to the fullest.
Protagonist Description: Lou is a sweet, kind-hearted girl with a positive outlook on life and a colorful, crazy wardrobe. She has never been far from her small-town in the English countryside. She has a job that makes her no money, and a boyfriend who is just kinda there. That all changes when she meets Will Traynor
How has she changed: She learns to love herself for who she actually is, and that it's okay to go out of your comfort zone.
- exposition- when Lou gets the caretaker job.
- when will is trying to get rid of Lou.