Why do teenagers make such ideal protagonists? Maybe it’s because they’re doing just what novels do: struggling to make sense of a troubling and imperfect world.
But is there really an age at which any of us stops trying to “make sense of a troubling and imperfect world?”
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- annaverity said: No. But I do think there’s an age at which we’re supposed to pretend it’s not as difficult.
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- hungryghoast said: like, for example, Perks Of Being A Wallflower. What utter cloying salinger-by-way-of-twee crap.
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