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Writer M.T. Anderson

Like his protagonists, he's a character study

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / December 19, 2006

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In his younger days, M.T. Anderson was inclined to be solitary and sometimes made choices that went against the expectations of others -- like dropping out of Harvard. But his feel for that kind of person became the heart of his writing career and has won for him the 2006 National Book Award for young people's literature. (Full article: 1208 words)

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