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Overwhelmed by her worries, Diarrhea starts taking sleeping pills, is stolen from her grandparents first, then later she is determined by the doctor to return home. Her friendship with Beth ended, because both girls have increased in new directions.
The Diaryist shares a hip girl, Chris, with whom he keeps using drugs. They date college students Richie and Ted, who deal with drugs and persuade two girls to help them by selling drugs in schools. When girls go on Ritchie and Ted and stone them and have sex with each other, they realize that their boyfriend was just using them to earn money.
Girls reported Richie and Ted to the police and fled to San Francisco.
Chris gets a job in a boutique with glamorous old lady Sheela. Sheela invites both girls to grand parties, where they start taking drugs.
One night Sheila and her new boyfriend introduced the girls to heroin and raped them cruelly, while they were under the influence of the drug. Trimam, Diary and Chris go to Berkeley, where they open a jewelry shop.
Although the shop is a success, they quickly get tired of it and remember their families; They return home for a happy Christmas.
Back at home, the Dodra faces social pressure from his drug scene friends, and faces problems with his parents. Chris and Diarrhea try to stay away from drugs, but his resolve diminishes and he gets over at probation after being caught in police raids. Diarrhea gets high one night and runs away.
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She travels to many cities, is a hichhiking partway with a girl named Doris, who is a victim of child sexual abuse. Diarrhea continues to use drugs, supports her habit through prostitution, and experiences a homeless before being reunited with her family by a priest.
Now to avoid drugs, she faces hostility from her ex-friends, especially when she calls the parents of a girl who performs high for a child-bearing job. Prior friends of the Diary disturb him in school and threaten him and his family. They finally gave him medicine against his will; Due to his physical and mental damage, there is a bad journey, and he is sent to a psychiatric hospital. There he married a little girl named Bobby, who is also a drug addict and a hair prostitute.
Continued from the hospital, the diary returns home, is finally free from drugs. She is worried about starting school again, but feels strong with the support of her new friends and Joel. In an optimistic mood, the Diaryist decides to stop keeping a diary and instead discusses his problems and thoughts with other people.
In the epilogue it has been said that the subject of the book died three weeks after the last entry. Diarrhea was found dead by his parents in his house when he returned from a movie.
He died of a drug overdose, either casual or pre-determined. Anonymous Language: English Genre: When the girls walk in on Richie and Ted stoned and having sex with each other, they realize their boyfriends were just using them to make money.
The girls report Richie and Ted to the police and flee to San Francisco.
Chris gets a job in a boutique with a glamorous older woman, Shelia. Shelia invites both girls to lavish parties, where they resume taking drugs. One night Shelia and her new boyfriend introduce the girls to heroin and brutally rape them while they are under the influence of the drug. Traumatized, the diarist and Chris move to Berkeley where they open a jewelry shop. Although the shop is a success, they quickly grow tired of it and miss their families; they return home for a happy Christmas.
Back at home, the diarist encounters social pressure from her drug scene friends, and has problems getting along with her parents.
Chris and the diarist try to stay away from drugs, but their resolve lapses and they end up on probation after being caught in a police raid.
The diarist gets high one night and runs away. She travels to several cities, hitchhiking partway with a girl named Doris who is a victim of child sexual abuse.
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The diarist continues to use drugs, supporting her habit through prostitution , and experiences homelessness before a priest reunites her with her family.
Now determined to avoid drugs, she faces hostility from her former friends, especially after she calls the parents of one girl who shows up high for a babysitting job. The diarist's former friends harass her at school and threaten her and her family. They eventually drug her against her will; she has a bad trip resulting in physical and mental damage, and is sent to a psychiatric hospital.
There she bonds with a younger girl named Babbie, who has also been a drug addict and child prostitute. Released from the hospital, the diarist returns home, finally free of drugs.
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She now gets along better with her family, makes new friends, and is romantically involved with Joel, a responsible student from her father's college. She is worried about starting school again, but feels stronger with the support of her new friends and Joel. In an optimistic mood, the diarist decides to stop keeping a diary and instead discuss her problems and thoughts with other people.
The epilogue states that the subject of the book died three weeks after the final entry. The diarist was found dead in her home by her parents when they returned from a movie. She died from a drug overdose, either accidental or premeditated.
Diarist's name[ edit ] The anonymous diarist's name is never revealed in the book. But you can do something—read her diary.
Sparks had reportedly noted that the general public at that time lacked knowledge about youth drug abuse, and she likely had both educational and moral motives for publishing the book. With the help of Art Linkletter , a popular talk show host for whom Sparks had worked as a ghostwriter , the manuscript was passed on to Linkletter's literary agent, who sold it to Prentice Hall.
By , more than three million copies of the book had reportedly been sold,  and by the paperback edition had been reprinted 43 times.
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The book remained continuously in print over the ensuing decades, with reported sales of over four million copies by ,  and over five million copies by However, some adults who read the book as teens or pre-teens have written that they paid little attention to the anti-drug message and instead related to the diarist's thoughts and emotions,   or vicariously experienced the thrills of her rebellious behavior.
Authorship and veracity controversies[ edit ] Although Go Ask Alice has been credited to an anonymous author since its publication, and was originally promoted as the real, albeit edited, diary of a real teenage girl, over time the book has come to be regarded by researchers as a fake memoir written by Beatrice Sparks,        possibly with the help of one or more co-authors.
The original edition contained a note signed by "The Editors" that included the statements, "Go Ask Alice is based on the actual diary of a fifteen-year-old drug userFor example, in the summer, she would bring her science curriculum over to a day care program and teach the same science projects to the younger children because she thought they would enjoy the hands-on experiences.
The comprehensive social network map indicated a central actor, Alice, the university instructor. Why is it so hard for her to remain clean? Go Ask Alice.
In , a 14 year old girl started keeping a diary, in which she records her thoughts and concerns about issues related to crushing, weight loss, sexuality, social acceptance and her parents. Continued from the hospital, the diary returns home, is finally free from drugs.
Finally, social network research has been useful STEM teacher educators by reveal- ing how teachers seek science content information through their social networks. Alice developed the science curriculum alongside the teachers, experimenting with lessons through team teaching, and giving feedback after observations.
Why do you think her writing style changes during this time? I was thinking that the grass had never smelled grassier, the sky had never seemed so high.