Coming of Age Novels

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These are two novels which are based on the coming of age encounters. Lynn coady and Heather O'Neil can be said to be very powerful in the way they present their stories. the two novels appear to have much in common in the way they present their stories. Both novels were printed in the same year, and seem to follow the same methodology of presenting their protagonists…

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Let us start by having a brief introduction of each of the novels. For instance Lynn coady's novel. Lynn knows that university life has much to offer to those who encounter it. She knows that there many changes which can be attained from the universities, and that is why her novel, Mean Boy, gives a great concern to some students who are swayed by their professor t drunkenness, at Westcock, which is a fictional New Brunswick university, back in the 1970s. Jim Arsenault is a known poet and a prominent critic who is known to be uncompromising as pertains inferior verse. Jim is believed to be a proof that can bring out the best, as well as the worst from his students. The most evident of these is the protagonist, 19-year-old Larry Campbell, who wants to be a poetic transcendence. On the other hand, "Lullabies for Little Criminals" is a coming-of-age story of a girl who is 12-years old. This Montreal girl first lands into a provincial school, which becomes her home. It was during the same time when her father who was only 15 years old died, after she was born. The dad was an addict of heroin and had to go to a rehabilitation center. This is a baby, who is very tough and yet appears to be childlike. ...
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