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We don’t acknowledge on a daily basis how much it matters.” Y. novels are peculiarly well suited to consideration of ethical matters.It seems natural when a high schooler like Miles Halter, of “Looking for Alaska,” is depicted struggling to write essays on topics like “What is the most important question human beings must answer?
John was living on the Upper West Side while his wife, Sarah Urist Green, completed a graduate degree in art history at Columbia. books, and like “The Catcher in the Rye”—a novel that today would almost certainly be marketed as Y.
He had published two young-adult novels, “Looking for Alaska,” in 2005, and “An Abundance of Katherines,” in 2006, and was working on a third. A.—Green’s books were narrated in a clever, confiding voice.