Young Adult Novels Written in Verse: Background information when reading The Most Dazzling Girl In Berlin

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The Most Dazzling Girl In Berlin

by Kip Wilson

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Young Adult Novels Written in Verse

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Novels written in verse for a young adult audience can be an excellent way to encourage reluctant readers of poetry to embrace the unique power of the form. While retaining a focus on character and narrative, the loose approach to structure and hints of more experimental language can increase the pace and heighten the emotional intensity of a story. Here are eight examples of novels aimed at young adult readers that showcase the strengths of this particular style.

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The Realm of Possibility (2004) by David Levithan - The 20 narrators of this novel are all students at the same high school. Though each has their own story to tell, all are connected in some way. The members of this diverse cast contend with conflict related to their burgeoning sexuality and identity, allowing Levithan to explore the various complexities of young love.

Crank (2010) by Ellen Hopkins - Inspired by her own daughter's experiences, Hopkins' novel reveals the devastating impact of crystal meth abuse,...

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