Mark Haddon (no significant spoillers)

Ulrika Isacsson miri at home.se
Sun Feb 22 12:52:40 EST 2004


Jon Noble wrote:

>--- meparks at mtholyoke.edu wrote:
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>>Quoting Melissa Proffitt <Melissa at Proffitt.com>:
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>>>On Wed, 18 Feb 2004 22:41:47 +0000, Hallie
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>>O'Donovan wrote:
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>>>>>One thing that bugged me a little was that
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>>Haddon's book was shelved in
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>>>the
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>>>>>YA section, and it seems a lot more like an
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>>adult book to me.  Next thing
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>>>>>you know they're going to stick _To Kill a
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>>Mockingbird_ in there just
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>>>>>because the protagonist is a kid....
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>>They _do_ shelve To Kill A Mockingbird in the YA
>>section, quite frequently.  It 
>>annoyed me when I worked in a Barnes&Noble that more
>>and more classics were 
>>getting moved into YA and Children's--I guess
>>because so many of them are read 
>>in high school?
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>I wonder how long it will be before we see Austen and
>Bronte in the YA section.
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>Jon
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In "my" library - I already have!
//Ulrika
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