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Title: Hell and Hope
Authors: Hartono, Kezia Melva
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Program Studi Satra Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: Ana was a lonely girl who experienced bullying in school. Her life was completely changed after she was raped. She became more afraid of people and chose to isolate herself in one of orphanage rooms. One day she met a lawyer named Erin who wanted to help her at the court, but Ana refused it. After knowing the response, Erin replied it with harsh word that really hurt her. During her bad time, she also met her childhood friend, Yosi, that cared for her life, but, she response it at the same way. Her decision to do it alone made it worse than before, and the depression had come to be the major issue in her life. To release her anxiety, stressful life and hurt feeling, she did ‘self-injury’. So, how she coped with the problem when there was no positive change, and on the contrary, it became worse, worse and worse?
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/16585
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