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by Felice Holman

Author: Felice Holman
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Atheneum (June 1, 1983)
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.1
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The Wild Children book.

The Wild Children book.

The Wild Children, a book written by Felice Holman, depicts the life of a boy, Alex, whom becomes one of these .

The Wild Children, a book written by Felice Holman, depicts the life of a boy, Alex, whom becomes one of these bezprozorni after his family is taken away by the secret police. This great piece of literature not only captures the great struggle that these children had to face, but the plight all Russians had to succumb to in Communist Russia. How the communist leaders demanded utmost obedience and control over all factors of life and the lives of their comrades. How one was to be merely a comrade and nothing different, disallowing individualism, ownership and any aspirations or hope.

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The Wild Children was published in 1985 by Felice Holman, a notable young adult fiction writer who burst onto the scene with her 1974 novel Slake's Limbo. But Holman isn't your conventional YA author: She writes books that are influenced by life on the streets, rather than life in the classroom. In the years following Slake's Limbo's release, Holman became obsessed with stories about the 1920's homelessness epidemic in the Soviet Union, prompting her to write a novel that dissected this piece of fascinating history.

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Felice Holman, author of the book the Wild Children centers her book on how the children of Russia in the 1920’s sought refuge to survive and pushed through the limitation of childhood caused by societal revolution especially in this period where vulnerability for children is very evident. Wild Children talks about Peter and Alex that in the midst of a land deprived from liberty for children, these two characters rose to the precipice of the unknown and risked their own freedom to help and lead the wild children of Russia escape to the land of freedom. Peter is the leader of Jacob the Baker’s.

The Wild Children is an Hisotrical Novel by Felice Holman. It recounts the plight of Alex, one of millions of abandoned children in post -revolution Russia, circa 1920-30. Due to his faily being taken by the secret police, the protagonist, 12 year-old Alex, finds himself homeless on the streets of Moscow. There, he is taken in by a gang of Bezpirizorni (literally wild children) who sruggle to survive in abandoned buildings, caves and train stations. Though children's homes exist, most children find the living conditions worse than fending for their lives in the streets.

1983) A novel by Felice Holman. Left behind when his whole family is arrested by soldiers during the dark days following the Bolshevik Revolution, twelve-year-old Alex falls in with a gang of other desperate homeless children, but never loses his hope for a better life. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Felice Holman's The Wild Children.

Left behind when his whole family is arrested by soldiers during the dark days following the Bolshevik Revolution, twelve-year-old Alex falls in with a gang of other desperate homeless children, but never loses his hope for a better life.

Alex's parents are killed during the Bolshevik Revolution and he is forced to join a gang of homeless, criminal children for survival, eventually winning freedom and decency for himself and his "family" of waifs