I for Isobel - Choosing to Survive Essay | I for Isobel - Choosing to Survive

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I for Isobel - Choosing to Survive

Summary: Analyzes the book, I for Isobel, by Amy Witting. Discusses the character of Isobel and examines her choice between being a victim or a survivor. Includes quotes from the novel and an analysis of each quote.

"In life we have the choice of being a survivor or a victim." Discuss

"Bastards, cruel deceiving bastards." Amy Wittings "I for Isobel" demonstrates the monumental effects of abuse, bullying and manipulation on a young child and the consequential after-effects later on in life. Although in life we cannot change or choose what abuse is inflicted on us, we most certainly are in control of how we respond to such torment. As demonstrated in "I for Isobel" one can either become the victim of abuse, or a survivor of it. It may take time, life experience, or solitary reflection, but it is most certainly a wonderful thing to realise that a victim of abuse can break away from the manacles of their oppressor, and start anew. Such is seen in "I for Isobel", with the novel's protagonist declaring "this is the happiest moment...

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