The Narrator calls this object "her one consistent best friend."
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.
This represents a place of freedom and rebellion to Anonymous and Chris.
This seems to bring hope, freedom, success, and independence for Anonymous and Chris until it becomes a hangout for teenage drop-outs.
This is a source of emotional torture and extreme conflict for Anonymous, where is she is pressured both to be a "good girl" by some...
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