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Peer Pressure in Robert Cormier's The Chocolate War (Social Issues in Literature) Paperback – August 18, 2009


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The Social Issues in Literature series is a gold mine for the high-school—or even college—student looking for an entry point into an analysis of a classic text. Reprinted articles are broken into three groups: those that focus on the author; those that focus on how the headline issue is exercised within the book itself; and those that expand that issue into contemporary settings. One of the first pieces in Peer Pressure in Robert Cormier’s The Chocolate War is by Cormier himself, explaining how he adores happy endings even as he finds himself unable to write them. After taking on the novel’s famous plot twists, the book moves on to such topics as cyberbullying. Pictures are minimal, but movie stills are used when available. Readable and useful, these books will rescue paper writers everywhere. Grades 9-12. --Daniel Kraus

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