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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Prozac Nation
Elizabeth Wurtzel
pg. 22

The antagonist in my book is my main character because she does drugs. While she uses the drugs, she is slowly tearing herself apart. She feels as if it is a coping method for her depression issues and that if she takes them that it will make her feel better, but in the long run, it is really just eating away at her body. This type of action is not justifying anything; she is hurting herself, and she does not even realize it. She says that it helps and that it satifies her, but it can't because every time she just wants more and more. It is all a pschylogical game.

1 comment:

  1. What drugs does she do? I completely agree that when she takes the drugs to help her be "satisfied" that it is only making things worse. What happened to her that makes her feel the need to do drugs? :)


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