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Yellow Raft in Blue Water

Summary: Yellow Raft in Blue water. An essay on the main character Rayona and her loneliness.
Yellow Raft Blue Water Essay

Throughout the book Rayona has become more confident with being alone. At the beginning of A Yellow Raft in Blue Water, being alone meant being lonely. Rayona had trouble being alone because of the effects of her family. Towards the middle of the book Rayona expresses confidence in

being alone. She begins to realize she could be alone and be comfortable

with it.

Rayona avoids being in a room with her self at the beginning of

the book. She appeared to of had self-confidence issues and she thought

very low of her self. This is shown on page 81,

"I go over that letter I don't know how many times. It's disturbing in a way I cant put my finger on. dad sent me a postcard one time. it had a picture of a place called the Aspiring Motel on one...

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