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The Times Literary Supplement reviews
“The quality of the translator’s work, the agile and elegant expressions she puts forth, mean that this triad of recent Cixous texts, appearing for the first time...
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http://socrates.berkeley.edu:7001/Events/fall2007/10-08-07-nadermattei/index.html reviews
Why did the Spanish crown send notary Rodrigo Escobedo to travel with Christopher Columbus on board the Santa María, the ship that brought the Spaniards to...
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American Library Association's Newbery-Caldecott Committee member reviews
As a librarian and two year member of the American Library Association's Newbery-Caldecott Committee, I was instantly drawn to the spinning movement and...
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Bitten by Books reviews
Three centuries of life gives a girl perspective and a lot of time to try out interesting occupations. For Zara Lain being an assassin with a bit of thievery on...
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Library Journal reviews
Highly recommended…Snyder treats the material sensible and seriously. His provocative study clearly and impressively shows that employees working for gay bosses...
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Fast Company reviews
USC B-School professor Kirk Snyder discovered that employees of gay white-collar males aren’t just happier with their jobs than other workers, they’re also more...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Snyder is perceptive and detailed.” “Novel managing strategies make this a practical business primer as well as a landmark study. Managers looking for a fresh...
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strategy + business reviews
Mr. Snyder’s evidence seems to show clear correlations between the gay experience and the development of what others have called emotional intelligence, and his...
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Deccan Herald reviews
The book tries to give as complete a slice of Pakistani society as possible, without any obfuscation no matter how disconcerting the narrative and introduces an...
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What Feeds Us
Poemeleon reviews
In this book, winner of the Quentin R. Howard Poetry Prize, as in her first collection, Eve’s Red Dress, Lockward is attuned to duality, the dark and the light,...
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Internet/Blogspot reviews
"Lunstrum’s writing reminds us that short stories are far from a lost art. Capable of entrancing more than any tome could, each story in Swimming with Strangers...
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Book Club Classics reviews
Last year I read and reviewed a short story collection by Meeks which I enjoyed but was left wanting more. I loved his character development and was disappointed...
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Dan's Journal reviews
"[This is] an exceptional novel. The main character, Edward and I have so much in common (born around the same time, had a step-mother, was taunted in school, and...
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The Holdouts
Texas Books in Review reviews
For Martha, who is landlocked in Arkansas during the 1960s and ’70s, the Gulf of Mexico is a pirate’s paradise of monkeys swinging from coconut trees and Texas...
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LOS ANGELES TIMES reviews
Time enough at last? Nope. I can't be the only one who feels like Henry Bemis from time to time. Major props to anybody who understands the reference. I've made...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
Washingtonian magazine reviews
Everything is churning on the Korean peninsula in Washington writer Eugenia Kim’s debut novel, The Calligrapher’s Daughter. In a dream, Najin—the willful young...
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The Washington Times reviews
Although Korea has played an important part in our political history, Americans in general are unfamiliar with Korean literature and the traditional customs of...
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Front page of book reviews
"A scathing, satirical and often shocking trip through "the other war" in Iraq—the war within the U.S. Army, and within a soldier’s soul. Michael Anthony’s memoir...
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GoErie.com reviews
Two new picture books recently caught our attention with their charming art and poetic hearts: "Sweet Dreams Lullaby," written and illustrated by Betsy Snyder; and...
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