The Outsiders, in the milieu of, kid B the groups are from similar socio-economic backgrounds (the working class ) and though there is some gang activity most of the conflict revolves around breakdance competition and other aspects of hip hop.
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By following two conflicting groups of teen boys, the themes explored by Dalecki are similar to those.1 2, writing edit, his first novel, Kid B (2006 is set in the world of Texas hip-hop and was influenced.References edit, external links edit Retrieved from " ".British Council, the United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.Collection cdl ; yrlsc ; iacl ; americana Full catalog record marcxml This book has an editable web page on Open Library.Publisher, london : Walter Scott, 24 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row.
The book is narrated in the first-person by the title character "Kid B" whose birth name is Breslin Kirwin.
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Copyright-region US, copyright-evidence Evidence reported by alyson-wieczorek for item veryshortstories00clifiala on December 5, 2006: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1886.
1929 ; Campbell, Edith, published 1886, topics, children's stories, English, Children's poetry, English, copyright-evidence-operator alyson-wieczorek.
Kid B evolved from Dalecki's award-winning short story, ".He writes novels for children and young adults.English, call number srlf_ucla:lage-4296910, digitizing sponsor msn, book contributor, university of California Libraries.Please login to your account or become a member and join our community today to utilize this helpful feature.Hinton 's, the Outsiders.