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Hate List By Jennifer Brown 2009 Kennedy Chrisco English 10
The setting of "Hate List" takes place in Galvin, High school. The time period is in 2008 and the season is in the summertime, going into the new school year. It takes place in the United States. The author explains how Valerie has recently been apart of a school shooting. "The scene at Garvin High schools being described as grim by investigators.' Pg. 1
The setting of this story also takes place in Valerie's house in Garvin,United States.
The hero of this story so far is Valerie. She is also the protagonist. She jumped in front of a bullet for on of the popular girls in school. Her mom is proud of her for this. The school board is proud but still hesitant as to why she helped her boyfriend make the hate list before the shooting. "They don't blame you. They want you to know that. They want you to come back." Pg. 26
Her flaw is caring about what others think of her. The inner conflict that Valerie has is the depression of her boyfriend killing himself and the guilt that she feels for helping him make the hate list. The external conflict for Valerie is the constant judgment she gets at school the shooting. Her friends don't talk to her anymore. She is alone and only has her mom to comfort her. Her flaw is tested by her finding new friends that accept her. "They don't know if I'm a hero or a villain. I don't blame them. Sometimes I think I'm both and sometimes I think I'm neither." Pg. 56
The antagonists in this story are the school and the people in it. They are antagonists because they are the only thing holding Valerie back from being mentally okay. She is in constant conflict with the people of the school always judging her ever since the shooting. The school is full of bad memories that she does not want to revisit. She doesn't want to allow herself to care about what others say but ever since the shooting, things have gone down hill for her. "You'll be fine." she said. "How can you be so sure?" Pg. 78
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