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Adapted into a 1973 MadeForTVMovie starring Creator/WilliamShatner and Creator/AndyGriffith, among others.

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Adapted into a 1973 MadeForTVMovie starring Creator/WilliamShatner and Creator/AndyGriffith, Andy Griffith, among others.
7th Apr '16 1:48:32 PM Mdumas43073
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Adapted into a 1973 MadeForTVMovie starring Creator/WilliamShatner and Creator/AndyGriffith, among others.



** A MadeForTVMovie adaptation goes ahead and gives her name as Alice, presumably because ViewersAreMorons.

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** A The MadeForTVMovie adaptation goes ahead and gives her name as Alice, presumably because ViewersAreMorons.
28th Mar '16 8:16:36 PM Mdumas43073
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The portrayal of sixties hippie culture is limited. Tellingly, political protest and music are scarcely mentioned. It works best as a critique of the hedonistic excesses of the movement. As a "warning work" it has similarities to ''Literature/RequiemForADream''. It has a similar theme of disenchanted youth going off the rails as is found in ''Literature/TheCatcherInTheRye''.

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The portrayal of sixties Sixties hippie culture is limited. Tellingly, political protest and music are scarcely mentioned. It works best as a critique of the hedonistic excesses of the movement. As a "warning work" it has similarities to ''Literature/RequiemForADream''. It has a similar theme of disenchanted youth going off the rails as is found in ''Literature/TheCatcherInTheRye''.
28th Mar '16 8:15:22 PM Mdumas43073
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18th Mar '16 11:02:06 AM twilicorn
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* TitledAfterTheSong: Named for a line in Music/JeffersonAirplane's "White Rabbit".
28th Nov '15 9:52:23 AM NTC3
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8th Nov '15 6:19:02 PM nombretomado
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* DrugsAreBad: Basically ''[[DrugsAreBad Drugs Are Bad: The Book]]'' the same way ''RequiemForADream'' is ''[[DrugsAreBad Drugs Are Bad: The Movie]]''.

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* DrugsAreBad: Basically ''[[DrugsAreBad Drugs Are Bad: The Book]]'' the same way ''RequiemForADream'' ''Film/RequiemForADream'' is ''[[DrugsAreBad Drugs Are Bad: The Movie]]''.
8th Nov '15 6:18:52 PM nombretomado
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The portrayal of sixties hippie culture is limited. Tellingly, political protest and music are scarcely mentioned. It works best as a critique of the hedonistic excesses of the movement. As a "warning work" it has similarities to ''RequiemForADream''. It has a similar theme of disenchanted youth going off the rails as is found in ''Literature/TheCatcherInTheRye''.

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The portrayal of sixties hippie culture is limited. Tellingly, political protest and music are scarcely mentioned. It works best as a critique of the hedonistic excesses of the movement. As a "warning work" it has similarities to ''RequiemForADream''.''Literature/RequiemForADream''. It has a similar theme of disenchanted youth going off the rails as is found in ''Literature/TheCatcherInTheRye''.
11th Mar '15 11:49:02 PM jormis29
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* TheLawOfConservationOfDetail: The fact that the book follows this [[http://www.snopes.com/language/literary/askalice.asp is cited by]] {{Snopes}} as evidence that it is fake. After all, one would expect a real teenage girl's diary to ramble on about silly gossip rather than focusing so much on her plot-relevant drug addiction. When this first came out, many reviewers simply assumed it had been edited to take out all the chit chat.

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* TheLawOfConservationOfDetail: The fact that the book follows this [[http://www.snopes.com/language/literary/askalice.asp is cited by]] {{Snopes}} ''{{WebSite/Snopes}}'' as evidence that it is fake. After all, one would expect a real teenage girl's diary to ramble on about silly gossip rather than focusing so much on her plot-relevant drug addiction. When this first came out, many reviewers simply assumed it had been edited to take out all the chit chat.
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