Norma Fox Mazer | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Jean Fritz

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Critical Essay by Jean Fritz

[Up in Seth's Room] is strictly for teenagers, although the under-12 Judy Blume crowd will probably sniff it out.

The questions we follow relentlessly from beginning to end are the perennial ones of adolescence: Will she or won't she? And what's it like? Fifteen-year-old Finn says she won't. It's too soon, she's too young, and she's not ready…. Seth, who is 19 (old enough and definitely ready) is the brother of the man that Finn's older sister is living with. "Living in sin," as far as the parents are concerned.

Well, to make a long story short, everyone should be pleased with the outcome. Finn sticks to her guns, although the fact that she "doesn't" is hardly more than...

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