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In "Annie John", if Annie loves Sonia, why does she feel compelled to make...
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Annie John is a bildungsroman, a coming of age story. The narrator, Annie, is an adult who is explaining how she established her own identity. As all children do, the child Annie hit a point when she was testing the control she had over other people. Her desire to make Sonia suffer is a desire to test her own abilities to control the emotions of others. Annie doesn't do because she wants Sonia to hurt; she does it because she is trying to understand her own place in the world.
Posted by sullymonster on December 31, 2007 at 7:00 AM (Answer #1)
maybe because that is how you show your love to someone if you don't know what love is yet.
Posted by daddysgrrl1991 on March 24, 2008 at 12:16 AM (Answer #2)
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