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Young Adult and Canonical Literature: Pairing and Teaching VOL 2

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In the last decade alone, the world has changed in seismic ways as marriage equality has been ruled on by the supreme court, social justice issues such as #metoo and BlackLivesMatter have arisen, and issues of immigration and deportation have come to the forefront of politics across the globe. Thus, there is a need for an updated text that shares strategies for combining canonical and young adult literature that reflects the changes society has - and continues to - experience. The purpose of our collection is to offer secondary (6-12) teachers engaging ideas and approaches for pairing young adult and canonical novels to provide unique examinations of topics that teaching either text in isolation could not afford. Our collection does not center canonical texts and most chapters show how both texts complement each other rather than the young adult text being only an extension of the canonical. Within each volume, the chapters are organized chronologically according to the publication date of the canonical text. The pairings offered in this collection allow for comparisons in some cases, for extensions in others, and for critique in all. Volume 2 covers The Canterbury Tales (1392) through Fallen Angels (1988).
Paula Greathouse is associate professor of secondary English Education at Tennessee Tech where she teaches English methods, literacy, and young adult literature courses. She was a secondary English and Reading teacher for sixteen years. Victor Malo-Juvera is a former middle school teacher and current associate professor of English Education at the University of North Carolina Wilmington where he teaches courses in young adult literature and multicultural young adult literature.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PREFACE INTRODUCTION Victor Malo-Juvera and Paula Greathouse CHAPTER 1 Feral Youth, The Canterbury Tales, and the Power of Stories Shelly Shaffer CHAPTER 2 Exploring Feminist Themes in Jane Eyre and Dark Companion Amber Spears and Ciara Pittman CHAPTER 3 Governed by Rules: Possibilities and Consequences in Wuthering Heights and The Hate U Give Michael Macaluso and Kati Macaluso CHAPTER 4 "I wish I weren't so high": Substance abuse and addiction in We Were Liars and The Great Gatsby Janine Darragh CHAPTER 5 Justice Served? Teaching Native Son and Allegedly Lisa Scherff CHAPTER 6 They're Still Watching: 1984, Little Brother, and the Staying Power of the Techno-Dystopia Sarah Burriss and Melanie Hundley CHAPTER 7 Identifying and Interrogating Toxic Masculinity in Lord of Flies and The Chocolate War Katy Corvino, Anna Consalvo, and Natalie Chase CHAPTER 8 Fallen Angels and The Things They Carried: Bringing the Vietnam War to Light Crag Hill ABOUT THE EDITORS ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS INDEX OF YA AND CANONICAL TEXTS SUBJECT INDEX
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