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Stop-time : the classic memoir of adolescence.

Author: Frank 1936- Conroy
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, c 1967.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"'Stop-Time' is a memoir of boyhood and adolescence unlike any other. Beginning with a lesson in brutality at a progressive boarding school, it moves to a self-help settlement in Florida, to a Connecticut mental home (where Conroy's mother and stepfather are wardens), and to New York City (where Conroy survives by his wits in school, at jobs, and even more dangerously at home). Then, after his mother leaves for  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank 1936- Conroy
ISBN: 0140044469 $11.00 9780140044461 $11.00
OCLC Number: 671254314
Description: 283 p.
Responsibility: by Frank Conroy.

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"'Stop-Time' is a memoir of boyhood and adolescence unlike any other. Beginning with a lesson in brutality at a progressive boarding school, it moves to a self-help settlement in Florida, to a Connecticut mental home (where Conroy's mother and stepfather are wardens), and to New York City (where Conroy survives by his wits in school, at jobs, and even more dangerously at home). Then, after his mother leaves for Europe...Conroy runs away, embarking on new, and even stranger adventures."

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