The Glass Castle

Jeannette never complains or feels sorry for herself. why do you think this is?


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Much of the story is written through Jeanette's voice as a child. I think that she simply did not know any differently. Her life was all she knew. In interviews she does not seem to show any sorrow for her upbringing. Her childhood had molded her into the person capable of writing such a noteworthy novel.