|Title:||Chocolates for Breakfast|
|Tags:||fiction, young adult, addiction, sexuality|
Chocolates for Breakfast follows ‘poor little rich girl’, Courtney Farrell, a disaffected, sexually precocious fifteen year old. Courtney splits her time between Manhattan, where her father works in publishing, and Hollywood, where her mother is an aging actress. This coming-of-age story, scandalous in its day, is also the story of Courtney’s close and ultimately tragic friendship with her boarding school roommate, Janet Parker.
The book deals with some darker issues: chronic alcoholism; teenage sexual promiscuity; dysfunctional families with little parental guidance; and teen suicide. [Suggest a different description.]
|Comments:||This book may contain material objectionable to some readers.|
Author Bio for Moore, Pamela
Pamela Moore was born on September 22, 1937. Her one successful novel Chocolates for Breakfast is a dysfunctional coming-of-age story filled with a young woman’s experiences with and musings on sex, gender roles, sexuality, alcohol, and suicide. Its notoriety at its publication stemmed from its subject matter, the author’s age when she wrote it (eighteen), and the time when she wrote it (the 1950s). The author committed suicide with a gun on June 7, 1964, when she was 26.
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