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Warm Bodies
Warm Bodies
by Isaac Marion

Warm Bodies Theme of Identity

A zombie is a zombie is a zombie, right? Sure, some of them are crustier than others. Some don't have legs, some are missing half their face, but they're all basically the same. They want your brain, you want to blow their heads off. Easy.

Ah, but Warm Bodies complicates things a bit. These zombies not only have their own personalities, they have names. Well, they have the first letters of names and they're desperately trying to remember the rest. There's something about a name that makes them seem more like people, and that just makes it harder to want to kill them.

Questions About Identity

  1. What aspects of R's personality are him, and which parts did he inherit from Perry?
  2. At the end of the novel, why does R no longer want to remember his name?
  3. Why are names so important to the Dead?
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