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Senior #1: Life through her Eyes.

Question: What point of view does the author use? Does the use point of primarily to reveal or to conceal? Explain.

Since Go Ask Alice is a diary of a 15-year-old drug abuser the point of view of the story is in the first person. 342 more words

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Senior #1: The New Me.

Question: Are any of the characters a developing character, changing over time?  Explain how the character changed in the story. (What were they like before? What were they like after?   572 more words

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Senior #1: Family is Forever

Question: What is a protagonist? Who is the protagonist in the novel? What makes the protagonist sympathetic or unsympathetic? Explain

A protagonist is the “leading character, hero or heroine of a drama or other literacy work”(Dictionary.com). 352 more words

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Senior #1: The Destruction of Drugs.

Question: What is a “conflict” in literature? What is the main conflict in your book? How does the ending resolve (or not resolve) the main conflict? 506 more words

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Book Review: Go Ask Alice by Anonymous

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Non-fiction

Age Recommended: 15 and up

This book was definitely a chilling story and the fact that it was in diary format made the entire thing feel a lot more personal. 158 more words

Go Ask Alice by Anonymous* (Review & Commentary)

*Spoilers ahead ! This is a long post and contains my commentary as I read through the book, including thoughts that I have about the characters and an overall review at the end. 2,086 more words

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Review: Lucy in the Sky

“Lucy in the Sky” by “Anonymous” (AKA Beatrice Sparks), is another novel written in the style of “Go ask Alice”, a journal written from the point of view of a drug-addicted teenager. 365 more words

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