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How accurate are lees comments on social classes? (Page 144)

 Are her views confirmed by the novel as a whole?

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Josie is caught between two social classes and cultures because she is stuck in a prep school surrounded by rich Australian kids and other rich Europeans. I think that Josephine, coming from humble Italian immigrant background, feels a certain awkward isolation for not being the affluent white European status quo at her school.