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Preciousness is a story that goes beyond the struggles of a teen-aged girls life but it also portrays themes of basic life Themes like letting go and cultural differences apply to almost all people in one way or another For that reason Preciousness is not just a story about a young girls life but its a story about all of our livesThroughout the story the reader is presented with a series of conflicts the girl faces Her main problem was that she had a problem with men and boys She felt that they were evil and only wanted one thing I feel that she lived in her own world where she made all the rules she swallowed her coffee which the maid scratching herself in the gloom of the kitchen had reheated She scarcely touched the bread which the butter failed to soften1 This was extremely unhealthy for her physically and mentally Not eating healthily will make a person weak and can lead to many diseases She did this to have men and boys avoid her which was also unhealthy Man or woman one cannot avoid life and its people I dont feel it is possible to be psychologically fit if a person cannot interact with a certain group because of a fear they have Being scared of a certain person in that group is normal but the entire group is a bit extreme Life is a learning experience but you cant fully experience life if you avoid certain things in it One has to face reality at some point in life it can be done the easy way by accepting reality or done the hard way by denying the truth The main character of the story decided that it would be better if she did things the hard wayThe rising action when the two boys were approaching here on an early morning lead to a major problem At the climax the two boys groped
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