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Barry Carozzi

Barry Carozzi is an English teacher, and a freelance writer and literary consultant. 

Barry Carozzi reviews 'A Kind of Dreaming' by Julie Ireland and 'Next Stop the Moon' by Suzanne Gervay

May 1995, no. 170 01 May 1995
In a memorable sketch about enrolling a child in an English public school, Peter Sellers had the Headmaster of Cretinbury refer to the child as being at ‘the awkward age – too old for Mother Goose and too young for Lolita’. The Angus & Robertson imprint series, Bluegum, aims to provide quality fiction for thirteen-to fifteen-year-olds – an awkward age indeed. ... (read more)