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RyderBittman

RyderBittman

Joined August 2022

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Glass Castle: A Memoir | Jeannette Walls
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The glass castle is an adventurous,thought proving this is a memoir about how Jeannette walls life was.This memoir shows us what life should be like and why kids need to be taken care of while in there childhood.The second half of the book proves to us and reinforces the idea of child abuse. And that you are in control of your own life as you get older and there is always hope even if your childhood was not ideal.

RyderBittman Jeannette Walls establishes this perspective by using pronouns such as I, me, we, our, etc. First person is an excellent point of view to write from, especially when depicting personal experiences, which is why I believe this piece of literature is so powerful. This technique helped establish a rapport between the author and the reader. 3mo
RyderBittman If you like books that represent real life concepts. Or adventure book you will most likely really enjoy the plot of this real story. 3mo
MissYaremcio Nicely done Ryder! 6/6 3mo
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RyderBittman
The Glass Castle: A Memoir | Jeannette Walls
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The glass castle is a real story told by Jeanette walls about her life, throughout the Book we see how Jeanette and her family navigate through life and all the adventures her and her family go through, including how her alcoholic dad and her semi-normal mom have to take her and her siblings to many towns, cities and places so they can avoid paying taxes fees of any sort.Your will like this book if you like adventure,adversity and determination.

RyderBittman In the book I am at the point of her and her family in Welsh up to this point she‘s been to the desert and a bunch of different cities where she‘s learned. Many important lessons from her dad and kind of is beginning to realize what her family is like. How they‘re manipulative towards her and her siblings and try and hide the truth which is that they‘re broke and on the run. 4mo
RyderBittman I would say, the theme of this book is adversity because we see that Jeanette is successful in the fast forward viewpoint at the beginning of the book, and the whole book is related to how she got to where she is and what her child like was and what she had to go through, which, for the most part, wasn‘t all good even though some parts and lessons were important. 4mo
MissYaremcio Nicely done Ryder! 6/6 4mo
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