So Much to Tell You Setting & Symbolism

John Marsden (writer)
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Warrington

Marina is sent to Warrington Boarding School in her mother's hopes that she will start speaking again. Marina is in the Third Form and lives in a dorm with nine other girls.

Marina is given the space at Warrington to emerge from her silence at her own pace. Over time, she builds trust with the girls living in her dorm.

Diary

The novel is presented as Marina's diary, an obligatory homework assignment from her teacher Mr. Lindell. This diary is the only outlet Marina employs to express herself, and it is the beginning of Marina's road to recovery.

Dorm

Nine girls living together in a dorm gives Marina the opportunity to see that everyone is grappling with something in their lives, and that everyone has a story. Marina is exposed to typical adolescent life there, with girls trying drinking and smoking and endlessly talking about boys. She...

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