|Plot Summary of Under the wheel|
|"Hans Giebenrath is a boy who lives with his father in a small town. This boy is very intelligent and he is preparing for the exams of a religion school. He was second in the exams of the elite of Germany and so he was allowed to fulfill his dream and enter the school. But in the school he realised that what he wanted was not to be the best, but to find a true friend. The whole society tried to make him abandon the friendship and to make him concentrate on the school. The result was to sent him back to his father where he tries to put an end to his life."
Alexandros Livadefs, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Under the wheel|
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- Adult or Young Adult Book
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- grade school
Something wrong upstairs/downstairs?
- searching for identity/meaning
- a teen
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- sensitive to others' feelings
- physically sick
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- throughout most of the book.
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- 5 ()
- mostly 3rd
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- moderately detailed references to deaths
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- vague references
- descript of kissing
- touching of anatomy
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- significantly more descript than dialog
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