Looking for Alibrandi Summary

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The novel `Looking for Alibrandi,' consists of many exclusive events. One of those events includes, Josephine Alibrandi, and her changes of identity that we discover throughout the novel. As we determ... Read more
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How is the identity of Josie created and developed in the movie "Looking For Alibrandi"" `Looking for Alibrandi' is about Josephine (Josie) Alibrandi- a 17-year-old Australian of Italian decent. It... Read more
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The human condition is such that the individual relies adamantly upon relationships to develop emotionally, physically, intellectually and psychologically through shared experiences and interaction in... Read more
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The novel, Looking For Alibrandi by Melina Marchetta, tells the reader that the olden days were harder to live in than modern times, yet modern times still have difficulties. This is shown by the appa... Read more
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Throughout the novel "Looking for Alibrandi" many of the main characters in their adolescent years faced difficulties such as many of the teenagers today. Problems can start from physical disabilities... Read more
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The statement "We are free to be who we want to be" can be interpreted to mean that we are able to assume our own identity without having to conform to the expectations or stereotypes of class, cultur... Read more
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M. Marchetta's novel, looking for Alibrandi, shows a young girl Josephine, as a confused and lost person as she is caught between two worlds: the Old Italian culture and the modern Australian culture.... Read more
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In the novel, Looking for Alibrandi we see a number of changes that occur to the lives of Josie and Christina due to the relationship with their parents. From the beginning to the end of the book, we ... Read more
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Melina Marchetta's novel `Looking for Alibrandi' explores numerous discourses that are relevant to Australian youth. Family, multiculturalism and conformity and individualism are all discourses that a... Read more
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Explain your understanding of the concept of change. How has this been developed through the text you have studied this year. I undoubtedly agree the with the complicated process of change comes jo... Read more