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Posted by Lilly on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 1:38pm.

ANNE: Iím trying. Really I am. Every night I think back over all of the things I did that day that were wrong . . . like putting the wet mop in Mr. Dusselís bed . . . and this thing now with Mother. I say to myself, that was wrong. I make up my mind, Iím never going to do that again. Never! Of course I may do something worse . . . but at least Iíll never do that again! . . . I have a nicer side, Father . . . a sweeter, nicer side. But Iím scared to show it. Iím afraid that people are going to laugh at me if Iím serious. So the mean Anne comes to the outside and the good Anne stays on the inside, and I keep on trying to switch them around and have the good Anne outside and the bad Anne inside and be what Iíd like to be . . . and might be . . . if only . . . only . . .


Why does Anne most likely share her feelings in this monologue?


a. She wants her father to feel sorry for her because she cannot make good choices.
b. She wants her father to understand she is trying to be a better person.
c. She wants to make excuses for her bad behavior so she wonít get in trouble.

My Answer Is:

b. She wants her father to understand she is trying to be a better person.

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