Search Results: "Trevor Dickinson"


BOOK REVIEW

TREVOR by James Lecesne
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Aug. 14, 2012

"Instead, it is simply a compassionate but slight portrait of a likable young person whose unique, impassioned spirit is dampened by bullying and homophobia. (Fiction. 12 & up)"
Trevor, after which LGBT helpline the Trevor Project is named, began its life as a theater piece, was sold as a short film in 1997, and here is adapted to a contemporary setting in novella form. Read full book review >

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KITTY PRINCESS AND THE NEWSPAPER DRESS by Emma Carlow
ANIMALS
Released: Sept. 1, 2003

"A pretty confection sure to please little princesses. (Picture book. 3-8)"
Fairy Godmouse recalls the day that cute but rude Kitty Princess learned a lesson. Read full book review >

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EMILY DICKINSON by Emily Dickinson
CHILDREN'S
Released: Dec. 20, 2016

"This arresting edition makes for a wonderful introduction to Dickinson's poetry that's sure to captivate all ages. (introduction, glossary, notes, bibliography) (Poetry. 8-12)"
An illustrated Dickinson primer for young and old. Read full book review >

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Released: May 15, 1984

"Still, it moves crisply from crisis to crisis—as the academic milieu meshes nicely with the slightly precious sensibility at work here; and competent line drawings enhance the ambience."
Scholars have come from near and far to attend a centennial Emily D. symposium in Amherst, Mass.—with some of them housed in the poet's old dwelling, now a museum. Read full book review >

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THE DIARY OF EMILY DICKINSON by Jamie Fuller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 25, 1993

"Lovely in conception, words, character, detail—but extraordinarily motionless and still."
A private diary kept by the poet at age 37 (March 1867-April 1868), with introduction and notes by its imaginary scholarly editor. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 1998

"Seemingly unswayed by our era's critical grandstanding, this professor of English reminds us that visionary criticism is an act of possibility whose highest task is not persuasion but expansion of minds."
As demonstrated in these essays (most of which appeared in the Hudson Review), Pritchard's sympathetic, kinetic engagement with the canon has always distinguished him from other voices of the academy. Read full book review >

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Released: Sept. 1, 1983

"An especially worthy reprinting."
In these days of $15.95 murder-mysteries and $7.95 paperback-romances, special note should be taken of this welcome bargain-omnibus: virtually all of Trevor's often-matchless stories, nearly 800 pages of them—containing the entire contents of the previously published The Day We Got Drunk on Cake, The Ballroom of Romance, Angels at the Ritz, Lovers of Their Time, and Beyond the Pale. Read full book review >

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THE SECRET LIFE OF EMILY DICKINSON by Jerome Charyn
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 22, 2010

"An irreverent novel—at turns both comic and febrile—that connects us to Dickinson's longings and eccentricities."
Charyn (Johnny One-Eye, 2008, plus more than 40 other books) takes on Emily Dickinson's private life—what was she doing all those years she was shut up in Amherst? Read full book review >

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Reading Emily Dickinson in Icelandic by Eva Heisler
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2013

"A vivid setting, fresh imagery and a heartfelt search for meaning easily make up for a handful of minor flaws."
An evocative new collection of literary-minded verse from the winner of the 2006 Chelsea Poetry Prize and the 2011 Emily Dickinson Award from the Poetry Society of America. Read full book review >

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EMILY DICKINSON: GODDESS OF THE VOLCANO by Despina Lala-Crist
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 23, 2013

"A highly personal view of Dickinson's words and spirit that will find an appreciative audience among the poet's kindred spirits."
A series of linked passions runs through the famed poet's life in this fictionalized biography. Read full book review >

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YOUNG ADULT
Released: May 27, 2013

"An exceptionally well-written journey to make sense of the senseless. (Fiction. 14 & up)"
After one life-changing night with her secret crush Andy Cooper, Frenchie Garcia, a cigarette-smoking artist who quotes Dickinson and hangs out in a cemetery, is haunted. Read full book review >