1. In Chapter 1, Ellen contemplates killing someone. How does Ellen plan to kill this person and respond to the death if she actually goes through with it?
2. Why does Ellen feel that she is better off being a ward of the county rather than being in the custody of her father?
3. How is Ellen's former life and her new life an example of dualism?
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