Senior year of high school is a tumultuous time for Duncan. He learns all about tragedy: in the literary sense, through an all-consuming English assignment, and in literal form, as he tries to make sense of the deeply personal recordings left by a former classmate. Despite stall tactics that sometimes mute the impact of Duncan’s discoveries, LaBan’s debut — reminiscent of Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why — compassionately illustrates the tragedy of withholding love and friendship, or worse, never having the courage to seek them out. B+
The Tragedy PaperSenior year of high school is a tumultuous time for Duncan. He learns all about tragedy: in the literary sense, through an all-consuming English...The Tragedy PaperYoung AdultElizabeth LaBanSenior year of high school is a tumultuous time for Duncan. He learns all about tragedy: in the literary sense, through an all-consuming English...2013-01-09Knopf
THE TRAGEDY PAPER Elizabeth Laban
Genre: Young Adult; Author: Elizabeth LaBan; Publisher: Knopf
Posted January 17 2015 — 5:04 PM EST
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