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Gene Forrester and Tom Brown:A Separate Peace as school story

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Kathy Piehl teaches in the English Department at Mankato State University in Minnesota. She has also worked as a librarian and taught librarian and taught in secondary schools.

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Piehl, K. Gene Forrester and Tom Brown:A Separate Peace as school story. Child Lit Educ 14, 67–74 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01127456

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Keywords

  • Social Context
  • School Story