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On Fortune's Wheel Resources & Further Study

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For Further Reference

Beichman, Judith M., and Elizabeth A. Belden. "Books for the Teenage Reader/Dragons, Dystopias, and Time Travel: Fantasy and Science Fiction for Everyone." English Journal 80, 1 (1991): 78-81. Review of On Fortune's Wheel. The authors note not only the exciting plot but also the philosophical issues which are raised: independence, fate, leadership, and government.

Kaufman, Dorothy. "Profile: Cynthia Voigt." Language Arts 62 (1985): 876880. Based on an interview with Voigt, Kaufman discusses the source of Voigt's characters and plots and the importance of writing in her life.

Moss, Anita, and Jon C. Stott. The Family of Stories: An Anthology of Children's Literature. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1986. The authors analyze basic literary patterns which are repeated throughout the ages.

Review of On Fortune's Wheel. In Book Review Digest, 1990: 1887. Excerpts from four reviews are generally very favorable although one critic is displeased with the character of Orien.

Voigt, Cynthia. "Cynthia Voigt." Speakingfor...

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