Go Ask Alice Essay | Feel Good Revolution

Beatrice Sparks
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Summary: "Go Ask Alice"
It is written about the main character Alice and her struggles with the new counter-culture of the 60's.
The author Alice of this questionable "diary" comes into contact with many difficult situations that test her ability to with stand the stressful teenage years that come into play. This involves the uprising of the counterculture, which brings a harsh welcoming to her that she hasn't dealt with before. While in the midst of being in difficult situations her parents aren't there to comfort her. Her whole teenage experience represents the clash and change of the establishment to the new counterculture of the 60's. She is being introduced to matter that self degrades her appearance and with no comfort to be found she wanders like a stray dog in the city. The counterculture invaded the normal life that she was living, and opened up multiple doors of confusion that led her to do drugs, have bad relationships, and run away from home.

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