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Identifying informationAnellia joined a sorority at the age of nineteen Shes an eclectic mix of ex-Kappa possibly part Jewish and an overall personality of which she picked qualities from people along the way Each new person she meets offers her a new model of possibilitiesCurrent SituationCurrently Anellia is in young adulthood and out of college She is working on a book deal and gets a call that her father is actually alive and does not have much time left This prompts her to hop in the car she bought with an advance on her book and treks down to Utah to see him and tie up all loose ends Although she is unable to see him and his speech is nonexistent except for a chorus of uhhs she finds out about his lover and where he disappeared all of these years The brothers appear to be unaffected by the news and make no effort to reach out to Anellia againFamily of OriginAnellia mother Ida who was 41 at the time died when Anellia was only 18 months old Around the age of eight her grandmother blurted in a fit of rage that it was cancer that had eaten Ida up pp 18 Once she found out that her Idas chest had been cut off Anellia was distraught and ran away swearing to herself she would never forgive them pp 18 Even though she was upset with the news she found that her family moved on from it by the next day as if it were never brought up This issue would continue to haunt Anellia however Anellias father blames her for Idas passing Because of this he keeps her at a distance and only shows affection to her three brothers This creates an unfortunate situation of Anellia not being able to connect with her mother or father despite the fact that Ida wanted a daughter so badly While Anellia tries to connect the rest of
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