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Friday, September 17, 2010

Nineteen Minutes

Josie is going through an external conflict of having to see everyone after the shooting. It always takes her back that day and reminds her that things will never be the same. She hasn't really dealed with these conflicts other than crying and staying in her room by herself to try and stop the tears. Josie has many internal conflicts. One of them is trying to hide the guilt she feels. She feels responsible for the shooting that happened. She deals with this by others reminding her it is not her fault though she doesn't always believe it. I think that for what has happened to Josie she is probably dealing with this conflicts as best as she can, however I think that Josie should take action on how she feels. If she doesn't I don't think she will be able to move on much longer.

1 comment:

  1. Don't forget to include the page number you are currently on when you post. Are you enjoying this book?


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