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Death in Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones

Summary: A look at the different ways in which Susie Salmon's father, mother, and sister handled their grief over Susie's rape and murder in Alice Sebold's novel The Lovely Bones.
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Rape is one of the most horrible, isolating experiences possible. The quote ."..I kept saying that one word a lot. Don't. And I said please a lot too...almost everyone begged "Please" before dying...He was inside me. He was grunting." (Sebold 13-14) from Alice Sebold's book The Lovely Bones explains the tragic of rape and murder. This begins the story with a very traumatic beginning. Susie Salmon's rape ends in murder; which changes her family and friends eternally. Isolation is moved, in a way, to Susie's siblings and parents. Susie's Father, Mother, and sister Lindsay all deal with the grief of Susie's loss in their own ways.

Jack, Susie's father, was swallowed up by the grief of Susie's murder. He becomes preoccupied with figuring out who murdered his daughter and why they committed such a crime. After having conversations with his next-door neighbor, Mr. Harvey, Jack...

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