Indiana Jim asks:
In Secrets of the Heinlein Juvenile, chapter 18, you write about the protagonists making adult moral choices. Can you go a little deeper into specifically how modern YA fiction manifest the “native idealism, flippant _fait accompl_i, and/or deep self-seriousness,” and how to avoid it?
The Secrets of the Heinlein Juvenile
Bonhoeffer, Letters and Papers from Prison
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