The psychological world of the teen-ager a study of normal adolescent boys. by Daniel Offer

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Hello. I'm really into psychology, so I was wondering if there are any teen fiction books about it that you'd recommend. I've read America, by E.R. Frank and It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini already.

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