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The Sledding Hill is a 2005 post-modern metafictional novel by young adult writer Chris Crutcher. By having the novel narrated by a super-omniscient dead boy and placing himself into the novel, Crutcher has written a work that encompasses two literary fads. Plot summary[edit].

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May 1, 2005 ... Crutcher takes the fad in authorial intrusion one better, inserting himself as a character in this metafictional novel with a heavy-handed ...

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May 10, 2005 ... Review. The Sledding Hill. by Chris Crutcher. Eddie Proffit experiences a double dose of tragedy when both his father and best friend die in ...

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The Sledding Hill has 1597 ratings and 218 reviews. ... Plot Summary .... I enjoyed the book,The Sledding Hill, by Chris Crutcher, because it made me truly enjoy ...

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Synopsis. Billy Bartholomew has an audacious soul, and he knows it. Why? ... These days, Billy and Eddie meet on the sledding hill, where they used to spend  ...

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Crutcher takes the fad in authorial intrusion one better, inserting himself as a character in this metafictional novel with a heavy-handed message, a schizophrenic ...

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Jun 24, 2005 ... Read Common Sense Media's The Sledding Hill review, age rating, and ... Chris Crutcher is mad as, well, heck, and he's not going to take it ...

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Summary: The summer before Eddie Proffitt's freshman year of high school, his father and his ... These days, Billy and Eddie meet on the sledding hill, where they used to spend ... Chris Crutcher himself appears as a character in his own story.

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The Sledding Hill Review - The Sledding Hill by Chris Crutcher Greenwillow, 2005. Review by Patricia Ball, B.A.. Jan 31st 2006 (Volume 10, Issue 5).