Independence Measured by Friendship in the novel "Annie John" by Jamaica Kincaid.
In the book Annie John, Jamaica Kincaid writes about the journey of a girl who goes through many different trials. From the beginning to the end of the novel, Annie John tells her story in the first person narrative, giving insight to personal experiences and helping the reader truly feel and understand each scenario separately as well as comparing them in a whole. Throughout the story, Annie John becomes friends, or recalls friendships she has had, with many people. The first and most loyal friend mentioned in the book is Gweneth, who is followed by the Red Girl and Mineu. Annie John hold…
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