The Lovely Bones Essay | Essay

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The Lovely Bones

Summary: Essay discusses the characters, tone, and theme of "The Lovely Bones" by Alice Sebold.
The Lovely Bones was written by Alice Sebold in 2002. The novel is the story of a young girl who was raped and murdered by a neighbor. From Heaven, the girl watches her family and friends search for her body and murderer, and cope with her death. The main characters in this novel are Susie Salmon, the 14-year-old girl who is murdered, Mr. Harvey, her murderer, Jack, her father, and Lindsey, her younger sister. The story is told from Heaven, but most of the setting is on earth during the 1970's. Characters, tone, and theme make this novel the bestseller that it is.

Susie, Mr.Harvey, Jack, and Lindsey are all very important characters in this novel. Susie Salmon is a young teenage girl who is taken into a hole in the ground, raped, and murdered. She tells the story of her family, friends, and murderer from her own...

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