Bright days, stupid nights

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Bantam, Aug 1, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 194 pages
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Landing a prestigious summer internship on a Pulitzer Prizewinning newspaper seems ideal for Chris, who's glad to be taken seriously as a writer and to get away from his blue-collar father's expectations. For Vicki, it's a chance to grow up, shine in the big time, and maybe even get a scholarship so she won't end up stuck in a dead-end job like her mother. For Elizabeth, it means time to distance herself from the suffocating relationship she has with her boyfriend. For Faith, it's a way to forget the past and try to be just a normal teenager. Weeks of work and play wear on their relationships: What do they expect of each other? What do they expect of themselves? From the Paperback edition.

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Contents

Section 1
15
Section 2
34
Section 3
66
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About the author (1992)

Norma Fox Mazer, who lives in Montpelier, Vermont, has written nearly thirty novels and short-story collections for young adults. Her novels, including "Missing Pieces", "Out of Control", "Girlhearts", and the Newbery Honor Book "After the Rain", are critically acclaimed and popular among young readers for their portrayal of teens.

Harry Mazer is the author of many books for young readers, including "My Brother Abe", A" Boy at War, ""A Boy No More", "Heroes Don't Run, ""The Wild Kid"; and "Snow Bound". His books have won numerous honors, including the "Horn Book" Honor List and the ALA Best Books for Young Adults citations. He is the recipient of the ALAN Award. Harry Mazer lives in Montpelier, Vermont.

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