- Author:Leah Hager Cohen
- Publisher:Viking Adult (May 12, 2003)
- Pages:224 pages
- Subcategory:United States
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As Leah Hager Cohen uses this unlikely triangle to chart the complexities of affection, each of. .Quirky, moving, and exquisitely written, Heart, You Bully, You Punk will resonate with anyone who has struggled with an unruly heart.
As Leah Hager Cohen uses this unlikely triangle to chart the complexities of affection, each of her endearing characters draws urgently closer to making a decision that will have irrevocable effects on the others.
As Leah Hager Cohen uses this unlikely triangle to chart the complexities of affection, each of.
Leah Hager Cohen has produced a slim little book that proves a point: in the novel, milieu is everything. I must say I have never read a book by Leah Hager Cohen but this must take the cake!
Leah Hager Cohen has produced a slim little book that proves a point: in the novel, milieu is everything. I must say I have never read a book by Leah Hager Cohen but this must take the cake! It is absolutely inthrawling. but all in all its a rather good book. Sweet, sad tale of love of all sorts. com User, March 9, 2005.
A second outing by astute cultural critic Cohen (The Stuff of Dreams, 2001, et. discovers a lot of angst in Brooklyn. From the bleachers of the Prospect School in Brooklyn, high-school junior Ann James kind of falls and kind of jumps, fracturing both heels in late December. Now she needs tutoring in her Brooklyn Heights home from Prospect math teacher Esker (she prefers to go by her last name), a withdrawn immigrant from upstate New York.
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Leah Hager Cohen is the author of the novel Heat Lightning and of three acclaimed works of non-fiction, Train Go Sorry; Glass, Paper, Beans; and The Stuff of Dreams. She lives with her three children near Boston. Библиографические данные. Heart, You Bully, You Punk.
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Leah Hager Cohen’s Heart, You Bully, You Punk is a gem of a novel
Leah Hager Cohen’s Heart, You Bully, You Punk is a gem of a novel. as viscerally as I had when I was a child. At the risk of sounding overly sentimental, Cohen’s book has proved me wrong. I did enjoy Heart with the enthusiasm of my youth, coming back to it in every free moment over my Thanksgiving holiday; I stayed up entirely too late because I couldn’t put it down, I ate several meals with the book next to me, glancing back and forth between the pages and my food, I stole pieces of the story while waiting.
A very sad ending to an interesting book. You really think that the main character, Esker, might grow and chose to be a different person. She might step outside her comfort zone and chose to be happy and live life.