A Little Sister Takes On a Big Challenge

Cornelio, Lisa
October 2006
Newsweek;10/9/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 15, p18
This article is a personal essay about Lisa Cornelio. Cornelio was the youngest sibling in her family and the only girl. Cornelio was always viewed as the overly emotional one. When her brother was arrested and sent to prison, she had to reevaluate her life as it had been and step into the role of a caretaker.


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