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Some people may think that Hannah is starting to accept that she is Chaya now. In some ways she is accepting but in many ways she is also still in denial. I know that she is still in denial and that she still knows she is Hannah.

Near the beginning of the book she is transported into the world of chaya and she does not like it, she wants to go home so when she sees a door that makes her think that it's her way back because it's they way that she got there. Although it's the way she got there its not her way back because when she opens the door she does not see her family at the seder but instead she sees a farm with horses and chickens and other animals. Many people who read the book think that when she opens the door she will want to not see them again because she thinks that the other family is much more fair to her. But i know that if the door did lead her home that she will want to go to them because she does not like the family that chaya has and will want to make more memories with Hannah’s family.
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When she starts to think of when she said home she started to cry saying “where was her home?”. People may say that although she does not know where she is she found a family that cares for her so she started crying tears of joy. But it’s obvious that she cried because she is lost and wants to be back home as Hannah not

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