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Up a Road Slowly Resources & Further Study

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Evory, Ann, and Linda Metzger, eds.

Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. Vol. 8. Detroit: Gale Research, 1983. Includes a short biographical sketch that covers Hunt's personal and career highlights.

Gelhardt, Lillian. "Review." Library Journal (February 15, 1967): 894. Gelhardt calls Up a Road Slowly "a top-flight" novel for girls because it presents "a description of the conflicting pressures of Julie's maturing years" and reveals "the insights about their elders that will never fail to intrigue young teenagers."

Hopkins, Lee Bennett. More Books by More People. New York: Citation Press, 1974. The reprise of an interview with Hunt contains reminiscences that help in understanding the biographical background of her writings.

Kirkpatrick, D. L., ed. Twentieth Century Children's Writers. New York: St.

Martin's Press, 1978. Provides information about Hunt's life and writings.

"Review." Horn Book (February 1967): 72-73. This review of Up a Road Slowly praises Hunt's ability to see "the characters more clearly than most of...

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