The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurtry
The square peg in a round whole.
Imagine being a tall, scrawny teenage boy with zits, braces, and a cowlick walking down an overcrowded, inner city school. The boy may not be noticed there, but in a small school, he would be zoomed in on by other teenagers like buzzards. Being a teenager is hard. Growing up in a small town makes it more complicated. Everyone knows everybody else's business. In The Last Picture Show, Larry McMurtry writes from his own personal experience of the hardships teenagers face in small towns. There are three main groups of teenager…
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