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Despite the challenge of growing up in tough areas with few resources, thousands of inner city kids manage to excel academically but even some students who seem to. “everything sucks” and “the end of the ____ing world” offer the light and dark sides of teenage life and romance. Goals for the short course •explore the literary coming of age genre •read, discuss, analyze the texts individually and as a set •deepen the meaning of the text through. Orlando r barone: coming of age in the ‘60’s does not excuse bad behavior by orlando r barone published 3:15 pm, friday, october 13, 2017.
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