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Rites Of Passage: Stories
Joanne Greenberg
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Rites Of Passage: Stories

2.88  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Hardcover, 197 pages
Published by Not Avail (first published January 1st 1975)
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I had picked up this book as a possible choice for my Braille transcription but soon found though written by a fairly well known author, it has been out of print for a while. So though it wouldn't do for my original purpose, once I started reading I needed to finish. This is the second book of short stories I have read in July and there were stories I really liked and others that won't stick with me long. All of them did have the theme in one way of another of movement between one point of life ...more
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Joanne Greenberg, also known as Hannah Green, is a writer whose style lends itself to the mature reader yet simultaneously presents themes suitable for all ages. Greenberg addresses the persistent doubts that plague all of us by relating stories of others in need. Though the scenarios in which her characters find themselves may be unfamiliar to the average reader, the emotions they feel while enme ...more
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