Anna's story bronwyn donaghy essay help
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In this essay, I’m going to discuss how issues and ideas are presented in the novel Anna’s Story, written by Bronwyn Donaghy. Most of the issues in this novel have the characters (Anna’s family and friends) involved, and are usually dealt with in the plot.
One of the issues in the novel presents how some teenagers experiment with drugs at their age. In the novel, most of Anna’s friends have all tried drugs at least once. They feel this doesn’t really affect them much because a lot of people they know do it as well as the possible fact that they may think nothing can happen to them at their age. In the plot, this issue is dealt with when Anna’s friends realize the risks of drugs after Anna’s passing. The setting contributes to the presentation of the issue because drugs like ecstasy are usually taken in raves.
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