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Young Adult Literature Teenage readers cannot help but feel misunderstood and under-appreciated at times by most adults, something they can temporarily escape through young adult literature. Young adult is the classification given, since the 1990s, to those people in the age range of 10 to 25 (Cart). During that same decade, the population of 12-years-old to 19-years-old increased by a seventeen percent, reaching the astonishing quantity of 32 million young adults without even taking into consideration everyone else included in the age range (Cart). Consequently, the demand of young adult literature has increased as well, which brought with it the attention of many adults. Some argue that many YA novels are no longer appropriate
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"Ruler asked blacks to win their legitimate place in the public eye by increasing sense of pride, high good models, diligent work and initiative. He additionally asked blacks to do this in a peaceful matter," The distinction is in Malcolm X and Martin Luther King 's experiences impacted their later perspectives. As a dark youth, Malcolm X was insubordinate and furious. He faulted the poor social conditions that blacks lived in on the whites. "His past ghetto life set him up to dismiss peacefulness and coordination and to acknowledge a solid separatist theory as the reason for dark survival," He even accepted at one time that whites were operators of the villain.
“Laundry is the only thing that should be separated by color. ’’ -Unknown author Atticus Finch thinks just like what this quote says. The quote relates to the book, because in Maycomb everything one is separated, from skin color to social class.