Thirteen Reasons Why - Cassette 1: Side A Summary & Analysis

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Cassette 1: Side A (Introduction)

In the short introductory section “Yesterday – One Hour after School,” Clay Jensen, the narrator and main character arrives home from school to find a box of audio cassettes on his front porch. Luckily, his father has an old stereo in the garage with a cassette player. Clay takes the cassettes to the garage and puts in the first tape.

Cassette 1: Side A

Clay realizes the tapes he has been sent are an audio suicide letter. He hears Hannah’s voice say that the tapes will tell why she decided to end her life. All of the thirteen people who receive the tapes are part of the reason why she came to her decision. Hannah lines out two rules for the tapes. Each person has to listen to all of the tapes, and they have to pass them on to the person mentioned...

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