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That Was Then, This is Now: S. E. Hinton in the Twitter Age

by Jon Michaud
S. E. Hinton is on Twitter. If you follow her, you know that she enjoys margaritas (especially on Fridays), that she feels out of sorts when her husband is away, and that she is a huge fan of the television show “Supernatural” (#SPN). These details are run-of-the-mill Twitter fodder. As D.T. Max not...
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That Was Then, This Is Now: S. E. Hinton In The Twitter Age

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