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The novel Go Ask Alice is basically about a 15-year old girl who subjects herself to drugs At first she is in love with Roger and comes from a loving home but is also very curious about drugs She ends up running away which didnt last comes home just in time for Christmas clean of drugs starts up again and runs away After all that she goes through she loses her grandparents in the time period of two months and ends up in a mental institution After she pleads that it was only an accident she finally gets to go home At the end she decides not to keep a diary anymore and she died three weeks later of an overdoseIn my own opinion I believe that the title Go Ask Alice means that you can ask Alice anything about drugs if you are curious Once you learn of her mistakes maybe you wont follow in her footsteps and ruin your life like thousands of teenagers do every year by reading about what happened to her when she was curious about using drugs and what they would do for her In her diary I believe she is trying to tell us that drugs are not the answer to solving your problemsImpressions and Changes in the Main CharacterMy first impression of the narrator was that she was a sweet talented young woman It seemed as though she had it all a loving caring family great friends and then it happened Once she tried the drugs was when her whole life and personality changed completely She ended up in the mental institution by tripping out only it was by accident and in the end she lost her lifeThere were a lot of memorable passages that I will remember from this story but one that I will always carry with me would have to be the following passageDecember 3 - Last night was the worst night of my
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