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Purpose: to raise awareness of the struggles people endeavour everyday when faced with schizophrenia.

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Purpose: to raise awareness of the struggles people endeavour everyday when faced with schizophrenia. Mode: written Audience: the reader, however he character is talking to himself Context: past into present. Register: semi-formal. He addresses himself taking an informal tone but the speech is formal. Setting: in the characters mind Characters: himself and himself. One side of his mind talking about the other. Past tense An overtone of suspense. Schizophrenia my problem not his. He's watching now, everything I do he knows about, I can keep nothing from him he sees what I see. I can feel him at the back of my mind, trying to set himself free. ...read more.

Middle

The worst part of my predicament is that I can't let anyone find out about this, nobody must find out about the truth. The truth would end it all and he knows, he's trapped at the back of mind and he want too do the same to me. He has my name, he even has control of my subconscious, I have to think twice about everything I may do for fear of revealing the truth, I can't let him, and I wont. I don't want to be trapped like him, forced to see what he sees, forced to do what he does and unable to make my own choices. ...read more.

Conclusion

Here I am now shaking, my hand wobbling as the blade touches my throat. I tense for the final motion, the one that will set me free but all I see is black. Here I am in my cell, no control and no freedom. He made piece with his family now; the wife and kids accepted him back. Why would he not let me die, I want to die, I want to die, for anything is better than this. He goes to sessions now, they no the truth and their helping him get rid of me. Each session he gains more control and locks me away even more, but he will never be rid of me for I am part of him and one day I will be free again. ...read more.

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