Absurdity and Reality in YA Fiction - Publications and Extracts
datasetposted on 2021-05-18, 15:57 authored by Claire SkuseClaire Skuse
This item contains underpinning research in support of the REF2021 Impact Case Study within the English Language and Literature Unit of Assessment (27), entitled "Writing for Young People: developing empathy in young readers and shaping the discipline, industry and next generation of writers".
The contents of this item relate to C. J. Skuse's research on the subject of Absurdity and Reality in YA Fiction. This item is part of the collection focused on the writing and publication of Monster (2015) and The Deviants (2016).
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Monster book cover - image credit: HQ, HarperCollins, used with permission.
The Deviants book cover - image credit: HQ, HarperCollins, used with permission.
The Deviants character profiles - image credit: HQ, HarperCollins, used with permission.
Extract from Monster by C. J. Skuse.
Extract from The Deviants by C. J. Skuse.
Extracts used with permission: C. J. Skuse and HQ, HarperCollins.