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Bullyville by Francine Prowse

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My father was killed on 9/11. When eighth grader Bart Rangely is granted a "mercy" scholarship to an elite private school after his father is killed in the North Tower, doors should have opened. Instead, he is terrorized and bullied by his own mentor. So begins the worst year of his life.

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Francine Prose / Francine Prose - American writer, journalist, critic. Editor of Harper`s Magazine and Lecturer in Literature at Bard College. Former President of PEN America. Francine Prowse was born on April 1, 1947 in Brooklyn to a Jewish family. Graduated from Radcliffe College in 1968. In 1988 she won the PEN Translation Award for translating stories by Ida Fink. Prose received a Guggenheim grant in 1991. The author`s novel The Glorious Ones was redesigned as a musical and premiered at the Pittsburgh Theater in April 2007. In the future, the production was a success and was presented on Broadway stages, as well as in London (UK) and Toronto (Canada). In March 2007, Francine Prowse was appointed president of PEN America (formerly PEN American Center), which promotes and popularizes literature. Prior to that, the post was held by the American writer Ronald "Ron" Chernow. The term of office of Prouse was 1 year, but in 2008 she was elected for a second term. The writer served as a judge for the PEN / Newman`s Own Award, a literary prize awarded for the freedom of expression expressed in works. One of the most famous works of Francine Prowse, the novel "Blue Angel" ("Blue Angel"), which is based on the story of the relationship between a professor and his student, in 2000 became a finalist for the American National Book Award (National Book Award). The novel "Household Saints" was the basis for the film of the same name directed by Nancy Savoki. In 2006, Prowse won the Rome Prize, an annual American award for artists and scientists. In 2010, Francine Prowse was awarded the University of Washington Medal for Distinguished Service in Literature and the Arts, and a cash prize of $ 25,000.
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Francine Prose / Francine Prose - American writer, journalist, critic. Editor of Harper`s Magazine and Lecturer in Literature at Bard College. Former President of PEN America. Francine Prowse was born on April 1, 1947 in Brooklyn to a Jewish family. Graduated from Radcliffe College in 1968. In 1988 she won the PEN Translation Award for translating stories by Ida Fink. Prose received a Guggenheim grant in 1991. The author`s novel The Glorious Ones was redesigned as a musical and premiered at the Pittsburgh Theater in April 2007. In the future, the production was a success and was presented on Broadway stages, as well as in London (UK) and Toronto (Canada). In March 2007, Francine Prowse was appointed president of PEN America (formerly PEN American Center), which promotes and popularizes literature. Prior to that, the post was held by the American writer Ronald "Ron" Chernow. The term of office of Prouse was 1 year, but in 2008 she was elected for a second term. The writer served as a judge for the PEN / Newman`s Own Award, a literary prize awarded for the freedom of expression expressed in works. One of the most famous works of Francine Prowse, the novel "Blue Angel" ("Blue Angel"), which is based on the story of the relationship between a professor and his student, in 2000 became a finalist for the American National Book Award (National Book Award). The novel "Household Saints" was the basis for the film of the same name directed by Nancy Savoki. In 2006, Prowse won the Rome Prize, an annual American award for artists and scientists. In 2010, Francine Prowse was awarded the University of Washington Medal for Distinguished Service in Literature and the Arts, and a cash prize of $ 25,000.

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