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"In dealing directly with the death of a child's playmate, it broke a taboo of twentieth-century American children's fiction," wrote Hugh T. Keenan, in the St. James Guide to Young Adult Writers. British author, lecturer and reviewer David Rees drew parallels between Charlotte's Web and A Taste of Blackberries in The Marble in the Water: Essays Author: Doris Buchanan Smith. St. James Guide to Young Adult Writers. Provides brief biographic sketches for more than 500 English-language writers of fiction, poetry, and drama for young adults. Each entry includes a list of the author's works, a list of critical studies about the author, and a signed essay about the author.
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