Externalizing the Internal in Shusterman's Challenger Deep
Challenger Deep, a young adult novel by Neal Shusterman, tackles the complex reality of being a schizophrenic (or schizoaffective – it is not made entirely clear in the story) teenager. The entire novel is presented from the point of view of Caden Bosch, a fifteen year-old boy who is slowly disconnecting from and then eventually reconnecting to his surr…
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