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Go Ask Alice Essay

2234 words - 9 pages

Go Ask Alice

     Have you ever had a problem? I'm sure you have because everybody
sometime in there life does. The book I read Go Ask Alice by an anonymous author
is all about problems, conflicts, and how to deal with them.
     I would give a lot of information on the author if that was possible,
but the author is anonymous so I can not do so.
     From the very first page I had a hunch that this book was about a drug
addiction problem. "SUGAR & SPICE & EVERYTHING NICE; ACID & SMACK & NO WAY BACK"
(page 1). That was a very moving quote for me. I am not sure exactly why but I
guess because it shows how dangerous drugs can be.
     This book is based on a true diary of a young girl who got mixed up in
the drug world.
     Alice bought a diary because she had a big secret that she could never
tell any of her friends. It really only ended up being that a boy named Roger
she was in love with stood her up and she would be to embraced to tell her
friends. She makes a big deal out of it, I can already tell she is dramatic.
     Her birthday is only five days apart from mine, that is a weird
coincidence.
     From September 19 through September 25 she goes on about how nothing
every happens in her life. She does not enjoy her teachers, subjects and school.
She thinks everything is losing interest and everything's dull. I think she just
is going through the "teenager blues".
     Julie Brown had a party but she didn't go because she gained seven whole
pounds. I don't think that seven pounds is a big deal.
     On September 30th her father was invited to be the "Dean of Political
Science at --------- ". She says that she is gonna become a new person by time
she gets her new house and that it is gonna be so great. Good maybe now she will
quit crying about her dull life. She says that she is gonna exercise every
morning, eat right, clean my skin (what she never had a bath before), be
optimistic, cheerful and positive. Why couldn't she of just done all that in the
house she lived in before she moved.
     Sorry I am being so negative, but this girl is a little cry baby and she
is to dramatic.
     On October 10th I found out that she has siblings named Tim and
Alexandia that she is gonna stay with while her parents go house hunting.
     They bought a Spanish type house and they took pictures. She said it
will take three or four days for the pictures to get back. That kind of gives
you some perspective on the time period because now a days it only take an hour.
     She went on a diet and lost three pounds but her mother will no longer
let her diet because she thinks that it was not healthy...

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