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Will Grayson, Will Grayson
David and I became friends after he read Looking for Alaska several months before it was published. He wrote me an email; I responded I was a fan of his books ; it went from there. Months later, he proposed this idea for a book about two boys with the same name. We talked a lot about the actual mechanics of those chapters, and where characters needed to be when and that kind of thing. It is in fact around the corner from where my office was in Chicago when David and I started working on the book.
Not really. In a way, WGWG is a novel in which two sidekicks are given narrative voices. I wanted Tiny to be entirely agnostic toward the stereotypes. He just likes musical theater. He just likes football.
I was uncomfortable at the beginning of the week but I learned a lot. After reading this book, I can understand the view point of teens who may be gay and different from their other teenage counterparts. I thought that the authors depicted how teens really talk and it gave a character quality to both of the Wills.
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"Will Grayson, Will Grayson" - 60second Book Review
The book's narrative is divided evenly between two boys named Will Grayson, with Green having written all of the chapters for one and Levithan having written the chapters for the other, presented in an alternating chapter fashion. One boy is referred to with a capitalized letter at the start of his name, while the other is referred to in all lower case letters. It was the first LGBT -themed young adult novel to make it to that list. In designing the plot for the book, the two authors decided to split it evenly in half. John Green wrote all the odd-numbered chapters capitalized Will Grayson while David Levithan wrote all the even-numbered chapters lower case will grayson.