Summary Of The Glass Castle By Jeannette Walls

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Two readers, two different age groups, two different opinions, and one text. The Glass Castle is a memoir written by Jeannette Walls. In this nonfiction story, Jeanette and her family are homeless and move all around the country for a place to stay for a few months before they have to “skedaddle” and move to another location, and repeat the process all over again. In this text, maturity plays a big role, in which the children, Jeannette and her siblings must make big decisions ordinary children wouldn’t be able to make because their parents are incapable of doing so, even if we, the readers, don’t approve of them. In The Glass Castle, the text can be interpreted by two different readers based on their age because the opinions of the readers

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