Bridge to Terabithia | Critical Essay by Ann A. Flowers

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Critical Essay by Ann A. Flowers

Jess and his family are magnificently characterized; [Bridge to Terabithia] abounds in descriptive vignettes, humorous sidelights on the clash of cultures, and realistic depictions of rural school life. The symbolism of falling and of building bridges forms a theme throughout the story, which is one of remarkable richness and depth, beautifully written. (pp. 49-50)

Ann A. Flowers, in The Horn Book Magazine (copyright © 1978 by the Horn Book, Inc., Boston), February, 1978.

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