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    Like most of Susan E. Hinton's novels (including The Outsiders and That Was Then, This Is Now), the setting of Tex is in and around the vicinity of her hometown, Tulsa, Oklahoma. (She attended a...

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    Tex accompanies Lem to a friend's apartment where they negotiate a drug deal. When Kelly, the drug dealer, argues with Lem, he pulls a gun, and Tex tries to take it away. Only later does Tex...

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    S.E. Hinton's novel, 'Tex' published in 1979 is an epilogue of her 1967 novel, 'That was Then, This is Now'. These stories share a common thread of characters, themes and setting. Tex is set in the...

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    The two brothers, Tex and Mason McCormick, are often at each other's throats in S. E. Hinton's novel, Tex. The conflict stems from Mason's decision to sell both of the boys' horses early in the...

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    James Metzler plays the character of Mason McCormick in the 1982 movie Tex. Before turning to acting, Metzler held a variety of jobs, including playing on a minor league baseball team, working as a...

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    Heralded as her best novel, S. E. Hinton's Tex is set in a small town in Oklahoma sometime during the late 1970s and early 1980s. With a repression covering the country in the mid-1970s, many...

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    Mason likes his own chili and is known to gulp it down. However, for the other boys it makes them queasy in the stomach when they smell it let alone eat it. The boys have not really had anyone...

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    One of the themes of Hinton's work is the idea of moving on and staying behind. Part of Tex's maturation process is understanding if he is going to be leaving Oklahoma for "bigger and better"...

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    "Tex," is one of S. E. Hinton's best books, according to most critics. It is the story of two brothers, Tex and Mason McCormick. The story is about their struggles to come together as brothers...

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    Cows weigh from 300 to 600 pounds full grown. They can weigh up to 800 lbs when pregnant. Each breed has it's ideal weight when full grown. Most bulls weight anywhere from 600 up to 1400 lbs. The...

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    Both movies, "The Outsiders" and "Rumblefish" were adapted from books written by author S.E. Hinton. Both are alike in theme and both star the same actors in lead roles (Matt Dillon and Diane...

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    it's shocking because Tex never thought Lem would be a drug dealer.

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    Tex was the "lantern-jawed boy from Lubbock" that sets up his display next to Homer's at the national science fair in Indianapolis. His display was about using plumbing equipment as rocket nozzles...

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    Tex explores the same themes of her earlier novels; perhaps you've read The Outsiders or Rumble Fish. The novel focuses on youth, the loss of innocence, coming of age, and violence. Perhaps she...

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    There are so many highlights to this great novel, There is a great summary here. http://www.enotes.com/tex/16803

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