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The Duplicate Resources & Further Study

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Dagett, Margaret L. "Recommended: William Sleator." English Journal (March 1987): 93-94. In a highly laudatory essay, Dagget explores the reasons that Sleator's books appeal to her high school students. She focuses on books written before 1987.

Davis, James, and Hazel Davis. Presenting William Sleator. New York: Macmillan, 1992. A critical biography that explores Sleator's life and works.

Flowers, Ann A. Review. Horn Book 64 (1988): 362. In this review, Flowers praises the novel's clever plot, while recognizing its shallow characters.

Harding, Susan M. Review. School Library Journal 34 (1988): 113. A positive review that focuses on the novel's suspense and appeal to readers.

Sleator, William. "Chaos, Strange Attractors, and Other Peculiarities in the English Classroom." In Author's Insights: Turning Teenagers into Readers and Writers. Donald R. Gallo, ed.

Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1992: 43-52. A discussion of some of Sleator's books and the value of science fiction for teen-agers.

——. "William Sleator." In Speaking for Ourselves: Autobiographical Sketches...

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