Mosaics of meaning: enhancing the intellectual life of young adults through story
Kay E. Vandergrift
Scarecrow Press, Incorporated, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 474 pages
A collection of essays that describe a variety of ways to use art and literature to combat the fear, hate, and violence in modern society that all too often rob young people of their hope for the future. The diverse range of subjects includes: the arts, humor, coming of age and historical novels, science fiction, sexuality and health textbooks, incest, gender bias in physical education, and the relevance of virtual reality and the Internet.
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