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[Paul Zindel's] problem as a writer is what to do when you are writing about [the non-conforming young in America] as an outsider to their current revolutionary values and life-style. He solves it [in I Never Loved Your Mind] in an immensely clever way which leaves a mild trace of anxiety. Dewey Daniels … has career problems. For want of anything else, he gets a job as a hospital assistant on leaving high school. Telling a first person narrative, Mr. Zindel wins our identification with the humorous, heartless, uninvolved Dewey, who tells himself "What the hell!" and finds the hospital one pretty funny sick joke; but is, deep down somewhere, a straight, very nice guy. Dewey also finds Yvette, a glamorous, heavy-breasted girl colleague … who eats broccoli sandwiches and steals hospital equipment for the counter-culture...

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