Go Ask Alice Essay | Student Essay

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Go Ask Alice, A Review

Summary: Reviews the novel "Go Ask Alice", by Anonymous. Examines the literary device of presenting the text as a journal. Describes the impact of the text on a youthful audience.
`Go Ask Alice' creates an image in the readers mind, about the horrific tragedies that a young 15 year old faces and the constant struggle in the real world. Mostly everyday she will complete a journal entry to explain to the readers the completed life that she leads. This book provides the reader with insights of Alice's terrible addiction with drugs and the pain that she goes through. The journal is a very personal and powerful insight to her feelings, emotions and her fall into the dark world of drugs. Alice's, best friend is her journal, she refers to the journal in the beginning of the book, which her journal is the only thing that she feels like she can turn to and console with her deepest and darkest thoughts.

This non-fiction book has a series of journal entries. They firstly start with emotional thoughts about...

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