History Fridge / BridgeToTerabithia

27th Nov '15 6:05:33 AM fearlessnikki
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* Jess has survivor's guilt over [[spoiler: Leslie dying while he was off with Miss Edmunds]]. If she hadn't invited him, he almost certainly would have gone out to play. [[spoiler: Given the strong current aggravated by the rain, it's possible that Leslie ''and'' Jess could have been killed - especially if one fell in and the other jumped in to try and save them]]. [[AC: Fridge Brilliance]] * Leslie's overactive imagination makes perfect sense when one considers her parents. Not just because they're writers but the implication is that they often don't have too much time for their daughter. While they're writing, Leslie is often on her own - encouraging her to think up other worlds or ways to amuse herself. * Minor example. Jess thinks Leslie doesn't have dresses to wear to church but she replies that of course she does. Remember how she said she still had her Barbies? She's clearly a TomboyWithAGirlyStreak and can clean up nicely when she wants to.
1st Apr '15 1:27:39 PM CJCroen1393
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* Terabithia's creatures are full of this trope, but the Hairy Vultures have an interesting case; they're crude parodies of [[TheBully Gary Fulcher]], whose catchphrase is "dead meat". This adds to the perfection of them being ''vultures''. What better animal to have an affinity for dead meat?
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* Terabithia's creatures are full of this trope, but the Hairy Vultures have an interesting case; they're crude parodies of [[TheBully Gary Fulcher]], whose catchphrase is "dead meat". This adds to the perfection of them being ''vultures''. What better animal than a scavenger to have an affinity for dead meat?
1st Apr '15 1:27:24 PM CJCroen1393
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* Terabithia's creatures are full of this trope, but the Hairy Vultures have an interesting case; they're crude parodies of [[TheBully Gary Fulcher]], whose catchphrase is "dead meat". This adds to the perfection of them being ''vultures''. What better animal to have an affinity for dead meat?
20th Sep '13 8:35:30 AM MrDeath
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Not fridge anything. This applies to literally everybody.
* What kind of life will Jess have when he grows up? Would it be difficult for him to start a real relationship with someone without thinking about Leslie, and what might have been?
19th Sep '13 8:48:52 AM Brandon
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* What kind of life will Jess have when he grows up? Would it be difficult for him to stat a real relationship with someone without thinking about Leslie, and what might have been?
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* What kind of life will Jess have when he grows up? Would it be difficult for him to stat start a real relationship with someone without thinking about Leslie, and what might have been?
19th Sep '13 8:48:37 AM Brandon
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* What kind of life will Jess have when he grows up? Would it be difficult for him to stat a real relationship with someone without thinking about Leslie, and what might have been?
18th Mar '13 10:17:48 AM Psyga315
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* The story delves a bit into the theme of escapism and how playing make believe with Leslie helped Jesse ease into his life... [[spoiler:With her death, it leaves some to question if he would just stay holed up in Terabithia, hiding away in his imagination had his dad not come and reconciled with him]].
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