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juanalejandrobello

Juan Alejandro Bello Ruiz Alejandro Bello Ruiz itibaren Argolis, Yunanistan itibaren Argolis, Yunanistan

Okuyucu Juan Alejandro Bello Ruiz Alejandro Bello Ruiz itibaren Argolis, Yunanistan

Juan Alejandro Bello Ruiz Alejandro Bello Ruiz itibaren Argolis, Yunanistan

juanalejandrobello

Stargirl is a quirky read. I get its point - that it's o.k....even good....possibly even better....to be different. Stargirl, not her real name but the name she goes by, is a girl in high school who does things differently. At first she is laughed at, then admired, then copied, then despised. She never really changes, although at one point, she tried to in an effort to please her boyfriend. Admirable (to be different, that is. Not to change to please a boyfriend), but I didn't believe it. I knew people who were different in high school. They were clothes that weren't "cool" and they might have even played a yukalele in the cafeteria, but they knew darn well that they were different. They wanted to be. They wanted the attention that being different gave them. The author, in an effort to make his character truly different, wrote her as being completely unaware of how strange she was. Unaffected. Unmotivated by attention. I'm not sure that person exists. At least one that isn't autistic, mentally challenged, or from another planet. Still, the lessons from it are sweet.