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Fallen Angels Resources & Further Study

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"Celebrating Literacy: The Language of Freedom." Reading Today 9 (1992): 1.

This article provides an account of Myers's talk to the general assembly at the 1992 International Reading Association Conference.

Heins, Ethel L. Review. Horn Book 64 (July/August 1988): 503-504. Heins acknowledges the "dearth" of literature about Vietnam for young adults, and notes that "Fortunately, [Myers] is a writer of skill, maturity, and judgement." Heins compares this novel to Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage in its depiction of "the chaos and carnage of war."

Norton, Donna E., ed. Through the Eyes of a Child: An Introduction to Children's Literature. New York: Merrill (Macmillan), 1991. This reference text provides descriptions of Myers's novels and picture books. The works are discussed within both genre and elements of literature frameworks.

Review. English Journal 77 (December 1988): 70. This brief review ranks Fallen Angels with other quality literature about Vietnam such as Tim O'Brien's Going after Cacciato. The...

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