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In education for this book, writer Arthea J.S. Reed frolicked with Norma Fox Mazer, the generally acclaimed younger grownup novelist, who works with not just her husband, yet her daughter to boot. The booklet explores the elements of Mazer's works which reflect her personal life.In Norma Fox Mazer: A Writer's international, Reed chronicles her discovery that, even if her husband and his paintings are completely intertwined with and complimentary to her personal, Norma Fox Mazer "is fiercely independent--a feminist." Reed was once lucky sufficient with the intention to comprise Mazer's voice during this paintings as a praise to her personal thorough autobiographical and significant articles. Written basically in the event you want to garner a real figuring out and appreciation of the craftsmanship in the back of Mazer's paintings, readers also will determine the place the writer stands within the context of the historical past of younger grownup literature. Reed offers a chronology of Mazer's twenty books and several other awards, a particular bibliography, and a invaluable index. The seven chapters of the booklet are titled: The Roots of Realism, lacking items and Outsiders, Star-Crossed Love, Norma and Harry: dating, Romance and Writing, Writing for younger Readers, myth and Suspense, and From Excellence to Mastery.

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Mazer, “Why I Write.... Why I Write What I Write,”49. 15. Mazer, “Why I Write.... Why I Write What I Write,”49–50. 16. Sarkissian, Something About the Author, 191–192. 17. Sarkissian, Something About the Author, 193. 18. Sarkissian, Something About the Author, 193. 19. Barbara Wersba, quoted in Contemporary Authors. Vol. 32. James G. ,(Gale Research Company, 1991): 290. Page 13 Chapter 2 Missing Pieces and Outsiders “To write for an audience, it's not necessary to know their slang or the latest fad.

Of course, we know what will happen to Sarabeth when she arrives at school, the same thing that happened to Joyce, the Dump Queen. The first-day-of-school scene occurs in many of Mazer's novels, setting the tone for the protagonist's rejection, fear, and eventual redemption. These scenes create a shared experience between readers and protagonists—every teenager knows what it feels like to sit with anticipation and apprehension in a classroom during roll call on the first day of school. Like Joyce in Mrs.

And Other Stories. Named an Outstanding Book of the Year by the New York Times, a Best Book for Young Adults by the American Library Association (ALA), and a Notable Book by the ALA. Receives the Christopher Award. 1977 The Solid Gold Kid, with Harry Mazer. Receives a Lewis Carroll Shelf Award. 1978 The Solid Gold Kid named a Children's Choice Book by the Children's Book Council (CBC) and the International Reading Association (IRA) and a Best Book for Young Adults by the ALA. 1979 Up in Seth's Room named a Best Book for Young Adults by the ALA and School Library Journal Best Book of the Year.

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