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Thirteen Reasons Why Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Jay Asher
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Essay Topics

"Thirteen Reasons Why" is written in two different tenses. The Prologue and Part 9 are written in the present; Parts 1 through 8 are written as a flashback. Why do you think the author chose to write the story this way? Do you think it added to the story? Why or why not? How does the telling of the story contribute to the suspense? The action? Use examples from the story to answer the question.

Foreshadowing is used heavily in the novel. Why might the author use this particular technique? How does it affect you as the reader? Did it cause you to read faster? More slowly? Did it keep you interested? Did it cause you to lose interest? Explain why you feel the ways you do.

Hannah's tapes:

1) Who is Hannah and why has she created the set of tapes?

2) How does Clay feel about receiving the tapes? How do...

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