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Free Study Guide for Tangerine by Edward Bloor

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TANGERINE STUDY GUIDE / BOOK SUMMARY


THEMES - THEME ANALYSIS

Honesty

Antoine Thomas suffers because he hides the fact that he does not live in the school district in which he attends school and plays football. His sister, Shandra, also suffers because she must hide the fact that they are brother and sister in order to keep his secret. Once he decides to come clean and tell everyone the truth, he feels much better.

Sports and privileged behavior

Erik gets privileged treatment because he has the ability to kick a football accurately and far. The fact that his.......

Perseverance

Paul preserves as he attempts to discover the truth about his.....

Family issues

The author shows us that parents can make bad choices when deciding how to handle difficult.......

Overcoming social/class distinctions

As Paul Fisher becomes aware of the two social classes in the area to which he has......

The need to be accepted

Like all of us, Paul wants to be accepted by others. When he feels accepted, he feels......

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