Hinton Collection (2001), ad Some of Tims Stories (2007)), oe picture book (Big David, Lttle David (1995)), ad one upcoming omnibus of a novel Some of Tim’s Stories in paperback which consists of “fourteen original stories depicting adults trapped in lives of missed connections and opportunities”. (antastic Fiction 2009)From among her seven novels, fur were made into movies depicting the appeal of their themes to the masses. Mst of her themes center on loyalty, tansformation accorded through age, ientity search and abandonment. 11) She was able to depict real situations written in the point of view of the audience in context.
Pck averred in his book review written in New York Times, “he Outsiders” shocked readers with its frank depictions of adolescents smoking, dinking and “rumbling”. Athough other pop culture offerings had dealt with themes – most notably “Rebel Without a Cause” and “West Side Story” – their intended audience was adult. B contrast, “he Outsiders” was a story “for teenagers, aout teenagers, witten by a teenager”. Hwever, te success of The Outsiders was measured by Hinton in of its ability to bring back the joys of reading to children.
cm Books par. Fr a contemporary writer who started at a young age, i is not surprising to note the numerous honors and awards that she received from her famous novels. To date, Hnton received a total of 19 awards for her four novels. Te most distinguished award was the Margaret Alexander Edwards Award in 1988. Tis award “is given to an author whose books are popular with teenagers. It is for lifetime achievement. The one or titles that are honored must be at least five years old.
The award is administered by the Young Adult Library Services Association and sponsored by School Library Journal”. (erby 2007) The roster of awards exemplified Hinton as a genius in the field of young adult fiction: a epitome of success in literary writing. Te strength in S. Hnton’s writing emerges from the deep interest she has for literary works that depict real life situations of the times. Wen one reads her books, te reader feels and empathizes with characters.
Te audience conforms to the convictions of the characters and learns through the seriousness and realities of pain, dath, ad violence. Hr books move her audience so much that readers yearn to read some more and therefore accord more opportunities...
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