Phoenix Rising Essay & Project Ideas

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1. People confronting their own or dealing with others' deaths are often said to move through certain "stages."

Learn about these "stages" and see if they apply to Helen's and Jessie's development.

2. Helen's journal describes her as working on a book called "How to Survive Your Life." Write down some of the points you would include in such a book were you to write it.

3. Encouraged by her English teacher, Ms. Tormey, Helen writes a number of poems and stories, some of which are mentioned or quoted in Phoenix Rising. Write your own stories or poems along similar lines, taking on Helen's subjects and assignments andtreating them as your own.

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