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By David Zimmerman
Fifteen-year-old Lynn Marie Sugrue is doing her top to make it via a tricky summer time. Her mom works lengthy hours as a nurse, and Lynn suspects that her mother's pill-popping boyfriend has enlisted her in his petty legal corporations. Lynn reveals safe haven in on-line flirtations, finally assembly up with a bothered younger soldier, Logan Loy, and alluring him domestic. whilst he's pressured to stick over in a space for storing obtainable via her closet, and the military hence lists him as AWOL, she realizes that he's the only factor in her existence that she will be able to keep watch over. in the meantime, her mother's boyfriend is at the receiving finish of a chain of more and more violent threats, which areas Lynn squarly within the cross-hairs.
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They became famous for clever repartée distinguished by the barb and blistering insults delivered coolly to friend and foe alike. ALGREN, NELSON (1909–1981) Born Nelson Algren Abraham, Algren wrote brutally realistic novels and stories about life in the Chicago slums. His ﬁrst book, written in the depths of the GREAT DEPRESSION, was Somebody in Boots (1935), a proletarian or social protest novel. ) This was followed by Never Come Morning (1942), The Man with the Golden Arm (1949), and A Walk on the Wild Side (1956).
ALLEN, PAULA GUNN (1939–2008) Paula Gunn Allen grew up in Cubero, New Mexico, a small town between the Laguna and Acoma Pueblo reservations. ” A creative writer, scholar, and teacher, she was a pivotal force in the Native American Renaissance of the early 1970s and earned numerous accolades, including an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Her work appears in more than 60 anthologies, ranging from mainstream publications to specialized collections that feature writings by literary theorists, women of color, and lesbians.
Fitzgerald’s novels and stories often mirror his personal life, and he did little in his lifetime to discourage such attention; his reckless behavior guaranteed notoriety and provided ample fodder for his ﬁction. As Vernon L. ” Indeed, since its inclusion in Malcolm Cowley’s 1951 collection of Fitzgerald’s stories, “An Alcoholic Case” has largely attracted biographical examinations. In a remarkably comprehensive look at the critical treatment of the story, Arthur Waldhorn illustrates how analyses of this “neglected story” have typically examined how it details the experience of alcoholism and have studied the relationship between the disease and Fitzgerald’s writing.