Objects & Places from Go Ask Alice

Beatrice Sparks
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Object Descriptions

The Diary - The Narrator calls this object "her one consistent best friend."

The Lockbox - Anonymous purchases this book after she begins to use drugs, and it represents her secrecy and shame.

The First House - This is where the Narrator lived until her mid-teens, and where she felt safe and secure.

The Second House - Anonymous feels a new appreciation for this object and considers is a sanctuary after she returns from running away.

The Grandparents' House - This represents a sanctuary where Anonymous can receive unconditional love.

San Francisco - This represents a place of freedom and rebellion to Anonymous and Chris.

The Boutique - This seems to bring hope, freedom, success, and independence for Anonymous and Chris until it becomes a hangout for teenage drop-outs.

School - This is a source of emotional torture and extreme conflict for Anonymous, where is she is...

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