She defends her when everyone thinks that the note is a joke, even though she is aware that everyone will assume she wrote it. The breeziness of their exchange is a stark contrast to the heaviness typically associated with death. That's what these tapes are all about. In the ugliness, of course, is a message: Ultimately, the 13 Reasons Why cast wants viewers to feel less alone as they watch the show. At the party, Hannah engages in a manual sex with Bryce. Hannah also gets revenge on Tyler for his theft of her privacy and peace of mind when she exposes him as a stalker and records his tape outside of his bedroom window.
Further, educators James Chisholm and Brandie Trent argue that incorporating the novel into school curriculum can not only increase students' reading comprehension and analytic skills, but their ability to apply the themes of the novel in their own lives, as well. She mentions Justin again on a second tape, saying he left Jessica lying unconscious on a bed at a party. The first two people she trusted, Jessica and Alex, turned against her, used her for revenge, and accused her of betrayal. She is shown to cut herself and bring a knife with her to school. Outside of Blue Liquor, Clay throws away the Butterfinger because he feels too queasy to stomach solid food, and takes a sip of his soda. Students begin to create rumors about Hannah and the amount or rumors increase until Hannah is no longer able to handle all the rumors. When he opens it, he finds seven cassette tapes.
On December 27, 2016, the Tenth Anniversary Edition of Thirteen Reasons Why was published in hardcover, also by. Against her better judgment, she tried trusting one more time, and Marcus showed her why that was foolish. Courtney wants to keep her positive reputation so she acts friendly to Hannah. We hear Hannah's description of her life at her most desperate and disturbed, which makes it easy to forget that she wasn't always this way. Archived from on 15 April 2016. Capture the moment so your followers see how deep you are, then forget about it three days—three hours—later. Jay Asher was going to write the ending in a different way where Hannah, the main character, would live.
Jessica Davis, Alex, and Hannah were all once friends since they were new to the school. Despite the mixed critical reviews, the novel became a bestseller after its release, holding a spot at number 16 on 's list of Top 100 Books of 2017 after the release of the earlier that year. After Hannah trusted Courtney with her Peeping Tom problem, Courtney betrayed that trust and spread lies about Hannah around school. They began a dirty conversation and a back rub, fully aware that Tyler was taking pictures. Justin appears in the tape two times. Hannah began to cry because she was devastated by the lies Courtney was spreading about her.
Hannah said she had to call the police about this, but Jenny refused, thinking she'd get in trouble. Instead of helping her, Zach makes the situation worse. After Clay is caught, she compliments him in the office. Hannah recorded thirteen tapes, which she planned to send to the thirteen people that had had a part to play in hurting her enough for her to kill herself, she left them for the people who had hurt her so that they could understand why she did what she did and possibly make them change. However people were very quick to turn her into a rumor, a thing, an object, almost every friend she had, turned against her in someway or stopped being nice to her, others went to extremes and led her to her suicide. On the first tape, Hannah tells her listeners that she holds each of them responsible in some way … · · · · · Thirteen Reasons Why follows the story of Clay Jensen, as he returns home from school to find a mysterious package on his bed.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Through the tapes, Hannah expresses her pain, thoughts, and expressions towards each person. Now here's something to think about: twelve is the number of people that make up a jury. This, paired with the other events of Cassettes 2 and 3, led Hannah to begin thinking about giving up. And at some point, the struggle becomes too much--too tiring--and you consider letting go. Antilly and mentions how unfortunate it is that Mr. Still, Hannah agreed, and the girls went to the party together.
He asks Marcus what he did to Hannah, and the other boy denies his culpability, and says that Hannah just wanted an excuse to kill herself. People were convinced I was lying or desperate for attention. Cassette 3: Side A Courtney is the girl that helped Hannah expose Tyler. Her makeup is normally done in eyeliner, pink lipstick, and black nail polish. Gallery See also: if window. Tony gave her a voice recorder, unknowing of what she was planning, and she started to record the tapes —she talked about the people who were key reasons of why she killed herself and wanted the tapes to be passed on to every person.
Your touch does nothing but sicken her. GradeSaver, 6 September 2016 Web. Hannah gets kicked out of the car and witnesses an old man getting injured and the death of a high school student peer. Clay notes that while Hannah looks happy and pretty in the photograph, Courtney looks nervous. Now, why would a dead girl lie? Clay Jensen, the co-narrator is the ninth one on the thirteen reasons why Hannah decides to commit suicide.
Hannah's execution of the tapes is elaborately planned. However Justin exaggerates the kiss he had with Hannah. Clay is able to learn through the tapes Hughes, K. He then transferred to California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo where he left his senior year in order to pursue his career as a serious writer. Clay Jensen Dylan Minnette , Hannah's coworker at the movie theater, is one of the students featured. This girl was extremely popular at school and known for being sympathetic and a good listener.