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The book "We are all welcome here” by Elizabeth Berg relates to the time era of Elvis Presley and his home town. The narrator and the protagonist of the book is a 14 year old girl named Dianna Dunn. In my opinion, she has similar characteristics that could relate to students in Grade 10 of today through her personality traits, her emotions and experiences and her empathetic lifestyle deserves to be supported. Dianna’s personality depicts a headstrong girl who likes the teenagers of today, wants to be respected. Her discussion with her African- American caretaker supports this opinion with the following conversation”You can't spank me anymore, Peacie," I said. "I'm too old." "You too old, you say." "Yes, I am." "Well, I'll tell you what. (Berg, pg.75). Also, her personality of admiring boys with her passion for make up and clothes is the typical lifestyle of Grade 10 students of today too. Dianna’s emotional problems started from separated parents to
financial crisis that causes her to feel insecure. In today’s society, many Grade 10 students lack self confidence, mostly originated from family and financial problems. An ongoing issue, which is also portrayed in the book, is experiences of race and class discrimination. Dianna’s role is realistic and could be related to in today’s lifestyle. She deserves empathy since her problems were not created by her, but existed from her birth.  In conclusion, Dianna’s personality, emotions and experiences together with her empathetic traits are similar to Grade 10 students of today’s society.

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