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On the train to her boarding school in Virginia, new girl Flanders Brown meets old girl, Cardmaker, who (being a tough talking, worldly wise, rebellious type) goes by her last name. In classic boarding school story style, Cardmaker takes it upon herself to become Flanders informant on the ways of Charles, the Episcopalian single-sex school where they are headed. If youre at Charles, Cardmaker tells Flanders, youre either 1) Bright and Pitiful, the scholarships; or 2) On the ladder, the social climbers; 3) In the Way; or 4) Out of the ordinary. Cardmaker herself, as a preachers kid, is a number 1. She quickly pegs Flanders as a number 3, at which Flanders balks, as she hasnt faced that fact herself. Flanders world has lately been turned upside-down by her mother running away with her fathers research assistant, and she cant quite understand why her father doesnt seem to want her around as he starts up yet another wacky new age-y business venture in Maryland. Cardmaker also tells Flanders that contrary to what she had been told, the religious side of the school is not played down. We have chapel every single evening. We go to church twice on Sunday. We have Bible every week. And we have Miss Blue who can hear Jesus.Timid, friendless, and alarmingly pious, Miss Blue becomes the focus, and in some ways, the moral center of this novel. Flanders finds this teacher who is also her faculty chum just as pitiable and embarrassing as the rest of the girls do, yet after initially making fun of her, she finds herself feeling curiously protective of Miss Blue, who, startlingly, proves to be a brilliant science teacher. As the fall term progresses, Miss Blues descent into what either may be religious mania or sainthood is paralleled, in a nicely subtle counterpoint, by Cardmakers journey in the opposite direction, towards atheism. Aided and abetted by Agnes Thatcher, another new girl who is deaf (and hence a number 4 in Cardmakers classification scheme) Cardmaker forms an atheists club, which Flanders resists joining even though Cardmaker and Agnes, difficult and obstreperous as they are, are her best friends.I started this book prejudiced against M.E. Kerr. As an adolescent reader in the 1980s, during the tail end of Kerrs prime, I disdained her. I lumped her together with other YA writers, such as S.E. Hinton and Paul Zindel who I perceived as writing novels, about disaffected smoking teens with problem parents, aimed exactly at the sort of reader I was not. Ill just go reread Little Women again, thank you very much, and indeed, as an adolescent, I probably wouldnt have made it past the first few pages of this book (Cardmaker smokes!). However, I read about this book on Peter Sierutas blog, and since it was a boarding school story and since he admires Kerr so much, and I am now more hardened (though still not a smoker) I decided to give it a try. It did take me quite a while to settle in to this book. There was a certain quality to Flanders first person narration that made me feel like I was wearing a scratchy sweater next to my skin. There were some things that were jarring, and seemed thrown in to be gratuitously shocking. And yet...I ended up liking the book, angsty teen with problem parents and all. Cautiously, very cautiously, I might compare this school story to Antonia Forests Kingscote books (Cardmaker reminded me of Tim from that series), in that they are both subversive takes on school life. But here the disconnect between an idealized school and its less than shining reality, and the hypocrisy of the people running it is far more overt, and I found myself being able to understand a little better why some fans of classic uncomplicated boarding school stories sometimes find Antonia Forests books too prickly and uncomfortable to really love. Final note: Im too tired to go back and find a way to work this seamlessly into the review. I love The character of Agnes. She is so difficult and annoying and yet ultimately likable. For those of you whove read Dorothea Moores The Only Day Girl, she reminded me of Sadie (is that her name? Im referring to the girl who is blind) in that book.

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