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After the Bell: Contemporary American Prose about School
edited by Maggie Anderson and David Hassler
University of Iowa Press, 2007
Paper: 978-1-58729-603-1
Library of Congress Classification PS509.E36A36 2007
Dewey Decimal Classification 810.803557

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The sixty-two short essays in After the Bell describe in many voices the emotional complexity and historical record of one experience most of us have in common: elementary and secondary school, from our first day all the way to graduation. Whether public or private, rural or urban, school is the first place we navigate on our own, learning how we stand apart, how we stand out, and where we do or don't fit in.
    The essays are by emerging as well as established fiction writers, poets, social commentators, and educational theorists. Told from the point of view of students, teachers, parents, and administrators through the multiple perspectives or race, class, physical and intellectual abilities, and sexually, the stories reveal how memories of our school days haunt and sustain us.

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