The Wave by Todd Strasser (Book Analysis) Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of The Wave by Todd Strasser, a novel based on real events in an American high school in the 1960s. When Ben Ross, an ambitious young history teacher, is teaching his class about life in Nazi Germany, he is at a loss to explain how so many ordinary Germans stood by while their government committed atrocities. He devises a social experiment to demonstrate the power of authority figures and peer pressure, but before long the movement he has created spirals out of control and becomes more influential then he ever could have imagined. Todd Strasser is an award-winning young adult author, and is known in particular for his thought-provoking treatment of themes including violence, nuclear war and school shootings.

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Titre The Wave by Todd Strasser (Book Analysis) - Detailed Summary, Analysis and Reading Guide
Langue EN
Date de publication 08/10/2015
Nombre de pages 56

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Ean EPUB 9782806270153
Type de protection Digital watermarking
Ean papier 9782806270962