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Adrienne Kertzer, a student at the University of Calgary, writes on Tunes for Bears to Dance To. She focuses on Henry's closing prayer and positioning God as the only entity able to explain the Holocaust. She also posits that Mr. Levine's recreation…

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This six-page marked typescript includes portions of Chapter 15 of Tunes for Bears to Dance To with penciled line edits. In the chapter, Mr. Hairston presents his proposal to purchase the monument for Eddie's grave, give a raise to Henry, and…

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John Richter, the Youthful Offender Program Coordinator at the Orange County Corrections Department in Florida, writes to Robert Cormier about his Literature-N-Living class. He describes the class and the work students do including discussion, essay…

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A participant in the Literature-N-Living class presents his thoughts on We All Fall Down to an audience of peers and their family members. He talks about how the effect of seeing crime from the victim's perspective has changed his thinking. He also…

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A participant in the Literature-N-Living class presents his lessons learned from We All Fall Down to an audience of peers and their family members. After summarizing major plot points, he talks about the pain victims feel and shares his realization…

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A participant in the Literature-N-Living class presents his lessons learned from We All Fall Down to an audience of peers and their family members. He speaks to the psychological and mental damage that a victim of crime might suffer. He also talks…

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A participant in the Literature-N-Living class presents his thoughts, based on a reading of We All Fall Down, to an audience of peers and their family members. He speaks of the pain his crime caused others, especially his family and he asks for…

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In response to Troyia, Robert Cormier explains the title of his piece. As he has in other letters, he explains how language can fall short as a tool of communication. He explains his views that while there is evil in the world, there is also good. In…

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In this letter, Troyia writes to Robert Cormier to ask about the title of the novel, Tunes for Bears to Dance To. She also asks about his thoughts on prejudice. Further, she reflects on the personal strength needed for a young boy to refuse the offer…
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