Literary devices in mirrors by justin timberlake
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When seventeen-year-old Ashley Watson walks through the halls of her high school bullies taunt and shove her. She can’t go a day without fighting with her mother. And no matter how hard she tries, she can’t make her best friend, Matt, fall in love with her. But Ashley also has something no one else does: a literal glimpse into the future. When Ashley looks into the mirror, she can see her twenty-three-year-old self.
Her older self has been through it all already—she endured the bullying, survived the heartbreak, and heard every ugly word her classmates threw at her. But her older self is also keeping a dark secret: Something terrible is about to happen to Ashley. Something that will change her life forever. Something even her older self is powerless to stop.
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Incredible post! Taking the psychoanalytic lens and applying it to the weather is brilliant! The passage you chose contains so much that can be analysed from a psychological perspective, and the entire book is truly engaging to look at through various psychology theories. Something that really stood out to me in this passage was the part about the mirror that you linked to the Id. The theory proposes that there is a constant drive within individuals to gain accurate self-evaluations. Festinger believed that individuals evaluate their own opinions and capabilities by comparing themselves to others in order to gain certainty in those domains, and then from there define themselves.
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