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Analysis of The Best Little Girl in the World The author of my book is Steven Levenkron Warner Books published this book in September of 1978 in New York NY The genre of my book is fiction with suspense The Best Little Girl in the World could be based on a true story but it is not completely true to life It would fall under the suspense category because the reader does not know if Kessa will live or die The all-important purposes of this book are to inform and to narrate The author does a nice job of achieving his purpose I am now aware of the many dangers of the deadly disease being described Steven Levenkron has many qualifications He is a practicing psychotherapist with a specialty in eating disorders The Best Little Girl in the World page 2 He has been a clinical consultant at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center as well as the Center for the study of Anorexia and Bulimia in New York City page 2 He is also a current member of ANAD of Highland Park Illinois page 2 This book does have a few weaknesses but more strengths A weakness would have to be the ending It is not eventful I was hoping for a surprise of some sort and it never came However I noted many strengths The descriptive details seem great Although the details appear rather gross at points I think that is a good thing That way a reader discovers the harsh reality of the disease The thinner is the winner The Best Little Girl in the World Steven Levenkron page 25 This is a powerful quote because thinness is what the whole story is based upon Kessa thinks that the thinner she is the better She is most definitely proved wrong in the end I noted three main settings used in this book The Best Little Girl in the World takes place
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