Edward Bloor

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In what ways are both Paul Fisher and Roberta Ritter crusaders?

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In what way are they both “tangerines”?

How does Edward Bloor define a healthy parent-child relationship?

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What does Bloor suggest is the price for lying and hypocrisy?

Both Tangerine and Crusader have a “happy” ending, but how does Bloor avoid sentimentality?

What is gained by Bloor having his main characters speak for themselves?

What are the advantages and disadvantages of being an outsider?

How does Bloor define adulthood?

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Atkins, Kathy. “Welcome to Tangerine, and Be Careful: An Interview with Edward Bloor.” St. Petersburg Times, February 18, 2002.

“Edward Bloor.” In Contemporary Authors. Vol. 166. Detroit: Gale, 2003.

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