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Study Guide for Bleachers by John Grisham - BookNotes

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STUDY GUIDE - BLEACHERS BY JOHN GRISHAM


THEMES - THEME ANALYSIS

Forgiveness

The most important theme is that of forgiveness. Both Neely Crenshaw and the town of Messina must find a way to forgive so that the best in people can survive on into succeeding generation. Neely must find a way to forgive Coach Rake for slapping him at half-time of the í87 championship game. He also must find a way to forgive himself for..........

What Makes True Greatness?

Through the character of Eddie Rake, the reader learns the second theme - what makes true greatness? Rake had many failings, but he had so much..........

Life isnít Always Fair

A third theme, life isnít always fair, is especially taught through the character of Neely Crenshaw. He has spent most of the last 15 years embittered about..........

Misplaced Priorities

The last theme, misplaced priorities, concerns how the town of Messina and perhaps the school officials wanted a winning football team so badly...............


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