Go Ask Alice Essay | Go Ask Alice

Beatrice Sparks
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Go Ask Alice

Summary: Reviews the book, Go Ask Alice. Describes why Go Ask Alice targets mostly the teenage audience, because Alice's problems are as relevant today as in the 1960's.
Go ask Alice is a book that every teenage person should read. It is a bout a girl that tends to go with a not so good crowd and that decision makes a major impact on events that happen in the book. That decision also leads her away from home a couple of times and then she comes back home and says she is going to change and never does until the last experience with drugs at the end of the book. Go Ask Alice targets mostly the teenage audience because Alice's problems are as relevant today as in the 1960's. Alice is a believable character for the things she has done can really happen in this world.

Alice has many problems that many teenage people not only in the 1960's but problems that many people of that age face today. She is a fiction character very...

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