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From:Twentieth-Century Young Adult WritersThe works of Jack London, author of some twenty novels and novellas and over one hundred short stories, are marked by an enormous amount of preparation; he once asserted that he suffered a "lack of origination" and had...
From:Twentieth-Century Young Adult WritersJohn Knowles is best known for his first opus: A Separate Peace. The awards granted this work suggest one reason for its enormous popularity and persistence, especially in the academic milieu: it is a very useful text...
From:Twentieth-Century Young Adult WritersH.G. Wells, often considered the father of modern science fiction, helped popularize this genre and gave it a more solid foundation in science than it had ever enjoyed before. Wells was influenced by earlier writers—from...
From:Twentieth-Century Young Adult WritersLike a number of other writers, but with more zeal than most, Upton Sinclair dedicated himself to a cause—he once wrote that if his heart were cut in half after his death, the words inscribed there would be "Social...
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