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Nancy Drew Series Resources & Further Study

Carolyn Keene
This Study Guide consists of approximately 9 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Nancy Drew Series.
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Furtak, Joanne. "Of Clues, Kisses, and Childhood Memories: Nancy Drew Revisited." Seventeen 43 (May 1984): 90. Brief analysis of Nancy Drew as a role model for young girls.

Gates, David. "Nancy Drew: The Eternal Teenager." Newsweek 103 (March 26, 1984): 12. Brief discussion of the number and kinds of changes in the Nancy Drew series since 1930.

Greco, Gail. "Nancy Drew's New Look."

Americana 15 (September/October 1986): 56-58. Comparison of the original Nancy Drew Mystery Stories with the new Nancy Drew Files, an updated series aimed at slightly older readers.

Helgeson, Sally. "Who Was Your Childhood Heroine? Audrey Hepburn?

Nancy Drew?" Glamour 77 (October 1979): 64+. Brief discussion of Nancy Drew's positive influence upon young girls in general and the writer in particular.

Mainiero, Linda, ed. American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide from Colonial Times to the Present. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1979. Contains a brief biographical sketch and description of Harriet Adams's role in young adult literature.

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