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Land Girls Resources & Further Study

Angela Huth
This Study Guide consists of approximately 14 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Land Girls.
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Connally, Molly. "Land Girls."School Library Journal 42 (October 1996): 162. Points out the developmental tasks the characters face, and how their experience of the war varies from that described in history books.

"Huth, Angela." In Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Volume 20. Detroit: Gale Research, 1986.

This reference article gives brief biographical information and lists Huth's published and media-produced works to date. A "Sidelights" section describes the author's novels as tragicomedies. Huth indicates here that her goal is to give readers pleasure and moments of insight.

Isaacs, Susan. "Their Finest Hour."

New York Times Book Review June 16, 1996: 41. Isaacs, an accomplished novelist herself, praises the book for its finely drawn characters and the way it draws the reader into the land girls' circle of friends. An extraordinarily perceptive review.

"Land Girls." Publishers Weekly 243: 5051. Review summarizes the story and its appeal to readers, finding it a novel of "high drama and intense meaning .. . in...

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