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Cautionary Whales?: Adolescence and Genre in Juno and Push


By way of exploring Kenneth Millard’s arguments about adolescence and genre, this essay examines representations of the pregnant adolescent. It also considers Millard’s claims of the possibilities of social change effected by both novels and adolescents and argues that metaphor is central to constructions of adolescence in American culture.

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