13RW characterization 3
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creative: writes poetry and is in charge of the Lost-N-Found inconsiderate: didn't ask Hannah for her permission to publish her poem dishonest: lied about where he got objects in Lost-N-Found
At the beginning, Ryan seemed like a caring and sympathetic peer of Hannah's. By the end, we realize that he doesn't really think things true. He probably wanted to help Hannah by releasing her poem, but he didn't consider the consequences.
I'm on Hannah's list because I released her poem to the school. Although it was anonymous, people were making fun of the poem and analyzing her private thoughts.
At the beginning, we are unsure of Clay's role in Hannah's story. By the end, we know that he wasn't really guilty or responsible for Hannah's suicide.
nice: kind to everyone, even if he doesn't know them shy: too afraid to talk to Hannah good: didn't deserve to be on Hannah's list
I'm on Hannah's list because my story was too important to leave out; it would have resulted in gaps in her story. It also provided me with some closure.
selfish: didn't stop Bryce from raping Jessica and couldn't confront him guilty: although he didn't rape anyone, Justin could have stopped Bryce afraid: scared to confront Bryce or help Jessica
At the beginning of this chapter, we think that Justin is merely selfish and mean. By the end, we know that he let a girl get raped. He stood by as Bryce assaulted Jessica.
I'm on Hannah's list because I didn't help Jessica when she was being raped. Hannah didn't help her either, so we are both responsible.
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