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13 Reasons Why
Transcript of 13 Reasons Why
Bio Jay Asher Jay Asher
List of Works - Thirteen Reasons Why
-The Future of Us Jay Asher
Photos (con.) - ThirteenReasons Why Protaganist: Clay Jenson is the protaganist
Antagonist: Hannah Baker is the antagonist
Setting: the book took place in an unnamed town but the tapes she made came with a map of specific places in the town. Side Notes -my 1-5 star rating: for this book i would deffinatly
give a five star rating because i loved every part of
-i liked best: the details the author included.
-i liked least: there isnt anything i didnt like about
- what to change: the one thing in the book i would change is i would show the reader what the other characters felt listening to Hannah's tapes only
to let them know how they took what she
was saying about them.
-who i would reccomend to read: i
would recommend to anyone
Plot Diagram -Exposition: Clay recieves the tapes and begins
-Rising Action: Clay gets through the tapes and finally to his part learning he's not to blame
-Climax: Clay's anger for his part in her death was built up through the story and he punches the fence
cutting his hand
-Falling Action: all the taped come to an end and Clay now knows the reasoning for her suicide.
-Conclusion: Clay takes action after listening to
Hannah's tapes and reaches out to another
young girl saving her from doing the
same thing Hannah did.
Jay Asher was born on September 30, 1975. Asher was born in Arcadia California. Jay lived with a family that encouraged him to do the things such as playing guitar and writing. While Asher was attending high school he took a class called Children's Literature Appreciation. In that class he wrote two children's stories. Asher attended a college to become an elementary school teacher to become a successful writer. From there he wrote his two books, Thirteen Reasons Why and The Future of Us, and they were published. Photos
protagonist, antagonist, &setting the conflict would be man vs. man because Hannah Baker is putting blame on others for her death.
About the Book Clay Jensen returns home from school to a box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he finds cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker who committed suicide two weeks earlier. On the tapes, Hannah explains the thirteen reasons why she ended her life. Clay is one of them