Remy Star is a
bright young lady on her way to college with a very bright future
ahead of her, but when things dont go her way and she finds
herself falling in love with some she said she would never even
take a second glance at, thats when she realized shes changed,
and all she can think is it for the better? Having to do all of the
dirty work, and deserve no credit isnt something that Remy Starr
liked to do. Remy, the protagonist of This Lullaby by Sarah
Dessen and I are alike in many ways. We both share the same view of
the world, are viewed by the world in similar ways and I would
respond in a comparable way to the central conflict of the novel.
Therefore, I believe given the chance, we could be friends.
Remy Starr is a very smart and intelligent person, she is finally excited to go on her own to college and explore what the world really has to offer without anyone holding her back. Remys views on the world can be harsh sometimes, for example Remy has had to grow up with a mom whos is about to get married for the fifth time, she has had no real lovefor the world. She views the world and her mom as a test that she needs to do good by and pass. Remy says My mother thinks I know everything. But shes wrong. (pg 4) This shows that Remy really show more content
She always has to watch her own back because no one was ever there to do that for her when she was little. After reading This Lullaby its very clear to me that Remy views the world like she did when she was younger. Yes her mom bosses her around, but she acts like she cant talk to her or stand up for herself. From the start to the end of the book she just wants to be free already, and she thinks college will help set her free from her mom and when she find out it doesnt she thinks the world is out to get here. She still follows her mothers orders like an assistant. But she will soon grow up and realize the world is changing and she needs
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