- In 2007, USFÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Dr. Joan Kaywell dedicated a collection of young adult literature to Special Collections in honor of Ted Hipple that seeks to safeguard the legacy of young adult literature. In the Hipple Collection, Special Collections provides access to outstanding young adult literature published after 1970 that speaks to the social, emotional, and cultural challenges of adolescence. (Summary)
- non-fiction (marcgt)
- Resource Identifier
- 036281835 (ALEPH)
- 1045797937 (OCLC)
- HIPPLE (USFLDC AGGCODE)
- University of South Florida Libraries -- Digital Collections
- Physical Description
- 1 online resouce : ;
- Hipple collection of young adult digital manuscripts
Rights and Access
Hipple Collection of Young Adult Digital Manuscripts
Ted Hipple, a pioneering scholar and champion of literature for adolescents, often lamented the swift journey of young adult books from manuscript, to publication, to out-of-print unavailability. In 2007, USF’s Dr. Joan Kaywell dedicated a collection of young adult literature to Special Collections in honor of Ted Hipple that seeks to safeguard the legacy of young adult literature.
Beginning with dime novels and progressing through the boys’ and girls’ series books of the 20th century to the contemporary young adult literature of the Hipple Collection, USF Libraries Special Collections provides a place to study the comprehensive history of literature for American adolescents. In the Hipple Collection, Special Collections provides access to outstanding young adult literature published after 1970 that speaks to the social, emotional, and cultural challenges of adolescence.
The Hipple Collection has grown from an initial 333 books donated by Dr. Kaywell and members of the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents as well as YA authors to nearly 4,300 titles, ranging from the iconic works of Judy Blume and S.E. Hinton to the typescript for 19-year-old Isamu Fukui’s latest novel. Signed first editions, manuscripts, authors’ working notes, and page proofs provide a window to explore the genre’s creation. It also provides teachers and adolescent readers with materials that combat prejudice, promote tolerance, and encourage self-acceptance through examples of teenagers successfully dealing with the psychological, social, and cultural issues associated with coming of age.
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