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Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen Reasons Why


by Jay Asher

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    So why did Clay call himself Holden Caulfield on the matching survey? This discussion may shed some light on the similarities between the two characters.

  2. A Tragic Fleeting Love Story
    Sure Hannah starts the Clay tape with a line from Romeo and Juliet, but why exactly is the allusion in her story? Teenagers acting rashly, doomed love, tragic ending…. sound familiar? Check out the original love story.