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Youth Gangs in Literature, Organized chronologically and topically, the volume begins with essay tracing the origins and developments of youth gangs, from the early days of the Wild West to immigration gangs in 19th- and 20th-century America and the modern urban conflicts often as, Youth Gangs in Literature
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  • Youth Gangs in Literature
  • Written by author Claudia Durst Johnson
  • Published by ABC-CLIO, Incorporated, 7/30/2004
  • "Organized chronologically and topically, the volume begins with essay tracing the origins and developments of youth gangs, from the early days of the Wild West to immigration gangs in 19th- and 20th-century America and the modern urban conflicts often as
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1 Outlaw gangs in an outlaw society : Jorge Luis Borges's "the dread redeemer Lazarus Morell" (1972) and Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884) 1
2 The Irish immigrant : Herbert Asbury's The Gangs of New York (1927) 15
3 The draft riots : Kevin Baker's Paradise Alley (2002) 25
4 New York gang around the turn of the twentieth century : Jorge Luis Borges's "Monk Eastman, Purveyor of Iniquities" (1972) 39
5 A heritage of guns : Larry McMurtry's Anything for Billy (1998) 47
6 The 1920s in Chicago : James T. Farrell's Studs Lonigan (1932) 61
7 Jewish gangs in brownsville, 1944-1945 : Irving Schulman's The Amboy Dukes (1946) 73
8 1940s in Harlem : Richard Wright's Rite of Passage (1978) 83
9 Nazis and gangs : William golding's Lord of the Flies (1954) 93
10 A girl gang in the 1950s : Joyce Carol Oates's Foxfire (1993) 101
11 Gangs in the 1960s : S. E. Hinton's The Outsiders (1967) 115
12 Vietnam and civil rights : Pat Conroy's The Lords of Discipline (1980) 125
13 Prep schools and Watergate : Robert Cormier's The Chocolate War (1974) 139
14 Family disintegration in the 1980s : Walter Dean Myers's Scorpions (1988) 147
15 1960s Los Angeles : Frank Bonham's Durango Street (1965) 157
16 South Central Los Angeles : Kody Scott's Monster (1993) 167
17 Barrio gangs of the 1960s and 1970s : Luis Rodriguez's Always Running, La Vida Loca : Gang Days in L.A. (1993) 173
18 Filipino Americans : Brian Ascalon Roley's American Son (2001) 185
19 Vietnamese gangs and skinheads : Sherry Garland's Shadow of the Dragon (1993) 195
20 Chinese gangs : Dan Mahoney's The Two Chinatowns (2001) 211


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