My life had stood a loaded gun: adolescents at the Apocalypse : a teacher's notes
The 33-year-old author shares his experiences teaching a literature class inside a locked prison room at the Woodstock Correctional Facility in Vermont--guiding his students to discover themselves and each other through the power of the written word.
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CHAPTER EIGHT Teaching
CHAPTER NINE Darling
CHAPTER TEN HuckFinn
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