Essay on Looking for Alibrandi
Josephine has trouble accepting that she is a "ethnic" though starts to accept and be proud to be a Australian with and Italian background as the book progresses.
The book is named "Looking for Alibrandi" as Josephine has …show more content…
While she is getting along with her father, she also has a very healthy relationship with her mother, Chirstina Alibrandi. They get along well and always are able to talk to each other about any issue they are having. Josephine on the other hand does not have a significantly good relationship with her grandmother in the earlier stages of the book. It is not until Josephine discovers the truth about her grandmother giving birth to her mother with a man that she was not married to that she starts to get along with her grandmother. Of course at first Josephine was enraged with the truth though after a period of time realised that she needs to support her grandmother on this truth. At this point Josephine's relationship with her grandmother becomes significantly better.
This event surely moulded her personality as she now has found about her own identity and is more educated on her