Nat Hentoff | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Jack Forman

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Nat Hentoff.
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Critical Essay by Jack Forman

Fresh from Hentoff's This School Is Driving Me Crazy …, [in Does This School Have Capital Punishment?], Sam Davidson enrolls in Burr Academy, noted for its discipline and fairness, Sam's rebelliousness and carelessness, however, soon get him into trouble—he's caught with the circumstantial evidence after Jeremiah Saddlefield had thrown half-smoked joints at Sam and his friend Rob and run out of the locker room. The headmaster places Sam and Rob on probation until he can get the truth. In the meantime, Sam confides in Major Kelley, an old jazz trumpeter he is interviewing for a class assignment. Kelley travels to Chicago to track down information about Jeremiah's father (a newspaper magnate), whom the boy fears, and during a lecture to Sam's class, Kelley interests Jeremiah in jazz. Eventually...

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