Josie learns about herself through the people in her life. Explain what she learns and from whom.
In the novel, Looking for Alibrandi, Josie learn deeper inner truths rather than academic facts. She gained a great deal of knowledge from significant people including Nonna Katia, Michael, John and Jacob. By the end of the novel, Josie turned out to be more accepting and empathetic of the people around her, responsible and self-aware.
At first, Josie was a very emotionally distraught teenage girl. She was bothered about her Italian background and that she was also fatherless. She also had a range of judgementally mixed up feelings about others and herself. "I am sick of being an in-…
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