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Heaven is a concept that can only be imagined there is no proof that it does or does not exist There are no documents that can describe it and there is only one way to find out Alice Sebold shared her thoughts of heaven through Susie Salmon a fourteen year old girl who was raped and murdered in her novel The Lovely Bones Sebolds ideas of heaven consist of different stages where every person has their own heaven To Alice Sebold heaven is similar to the way earth works except less of a hassle and it can be modified to her liking for example Susie Salmon had a piece of heaven that was just hers and did not wish to share it with anyone she could go there and be alone If her piece of heaven overlapped with others and they shared the same ideas and similar thoughts then there would be other people in her heaven Heaven is almost like a possession the way Sebold describes it In Sebolds heaven Susie moves through her heaven in stages The first stage of Susies heaven is exceptionally confusing for Susie She is not exactly sure where she is and how to work it When I first entered heaven I thought everyone saw what I saw That in everyones heaven there were soccer goalposts in the distance and lumbering women throwing shot put and javelinSebold 16 A person soon approaches Susie while she is in heaven Franny She is like her guide through heaven she watches out for Susie showing her new things and helping to get her through the different mandatory stages of heaven The third day of Susies heaven she met her roommate Holly Her and Hollys heavens overlapped but at some points Susie and Holly could split and go there separate ways and return later In heaven you dont question why things are the way they are because there isnt and shouldnt be any
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