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Societies view crimes as negative committing made by people Although there are some actions that one may do that many will not like but the worse action to do is stealing someone elses free will Rape is the stealing of a persons free will sexually Societies look at rape as many crimes put together Therefore being one of the worse of crimes people cant treat rape victims thereby leading to the persons complete isolation Hence being raped can affect a persons life negatively or positively In the book Lucky by Alice Sebold society is shown to treat her as an outcast Meaning that the way people around her treat her I felt was very disgusting and inconsiderate Her friends teachers the people she knew all isolated themselves from her The reason is that people viewed rape as a negative and real low crime to commit As a result being raped changes the view that everybody thinks of you as like it did to Alice In addition her close friends werent as close and giving as Alice hoped them to be Lastly I feel that the way people isolated Alice was like she had a sickness that was contagious The rape negatively impacted Alice Sebold in a key important way Alices self-esteem was impacted immensely where she even at a point was self-deprived of herself In addition because being raped has impacted Alice in many ways we see throughout the novel that there are a lot of ups and downfalls in her self-esteem We see Alices attempt in keeping her high self-esteem from the novel on page 57 Hey I said What is it I wanted to hold her I wanted her to hold me Im sorry she said Youre doing so well with it I just dont know how to act I dont know how you are being so strong She looked at me tears on her cheek Its okay I said to my sister
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