During the holidays, I've finished reading The True Story Of Lilli Stubeck. This book was an really interesting book full of laughter, anxiety, sadness, and scariness. This book can tell us a lot of things, a book to me that I would never put down if I had to. Some of the parts were confusing though, for example some of the words that were used, it was long and complicated and probably not for my age yet. This book had taught me a few grammatical structures, also some letter structures. This boo
During the holidays, I've finished reading The True Story Of Lilli Stubeck. This book was an really interesting book full of laughter, anxiety, sadness, and scariness. This book can tell us a lot of things, a book to me that I would never put down if I had to. Some of the parts were confusing though, for example some of the words that were used, it was long and complicated and probably not for my age yet. This book had taught me a few grammatical structures, also some letter structures. This book was an 2nd person story, not a first person, so most of the things were past tensed, which won't really help with my essay structures.
What I liked about this book was all of the mysterious and loving acts in it. It was surprising how a well educated and rich old woman would want to accept a filthy girl, who has no table manners at all to help her around the house. There was a strong contrast between the relationship, which still powered at the end. Throughout the whole way, the book talking about their relationship, and how it endures as it goes on.
My favorite part of this book is when the characters in the book was desperately trying to teach Lilli some table manners. It was really funny because Lilli didn't know how to do anything, and kept on whispering to her friend on what should she do, also how she ate in a really bad manner. But as she got to Miss Dalgleish's place, she would follow all the table manners that Miss Dalgledish had told her to do.
A truly amazing story how an old women will have an unmannered girl run errands for her, let her in her own house, and also making sure she does the correct things both in the morning at night. A true friendship develops between them. A book which will teach you a lot of things in life, and how one young girl will change.
During this book what I noticed is all it's about is mostly: racism, poverty, and person to person friendships. This is the main points in life to us. This was an really enjoyable book.
Publisher ; Penguin Books, 2003
For the past quarter of her lifetime, a young gypsy girl by the name of Lilli Stubeck has been travelling all of Australia with her beggar family destined to find a surviving tactic to live. Returning back to the rural areas of their beloved Melbourne city, Lilli and her family are desiganted to live in a disgusting wooden shack with many gossip running upon.
An educated, fair lady by the name of Miss Dalgeish brings Lilli into her own world to change the demensions of her upbringing in an unmannered contempt life. Little does she know, this was the beginning of a whole entirely new chapter in the black book of Lilli Stubeck. Settled with a never-ending cycle of war between the two, and enwrathed with the opinions of the towns locals on the behaviour of a typical gypsy girl, two people from complete different ends come together to resolve what is truly theirs.
Definied with fine manners of literature comes a story with a settled naive opinion that'll leave you in a state of amazement. The True Story of Lilli Stubeck covers the basic fundamental factors of racism, judgemental and prejudice morals. Narrarator, Kit, perfectly explains the lifestory of this mysterious girl whom nobody can really justify as. A girl that is ridiciculed with recollective embarrasing gossip, but deep down inside far more precious than her displacement of worthlessness.
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