Norma Fox Mazer | Critical Essay by Dick Abrahamson

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Norma Fox Mazer.
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Critical Essay by Dick Abrahamson

[Taking Terri Mueller] is one of Norma Mazer's best. Terri moves from town to town with her father. Their relationship is one of mutual love and friendship. As Terri grows older, she begins to question the secrecy and frequency of their moves across the country….

Terri eavesdrops on a conversation between her father and her aunt and finds out that her mother is not dead as she'd been told. She also finds that her father kidnapped her after her mother was granted child custody. Mazer does a fine job of taking Terri through the emotional ups and downs caused by her discovery. She wants to contact her mother, but she's afraid her father will be jailed. She's mad at him for denying her a permanent home and an extended family, but she loves him for the sacrifices he's made...

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