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Girl in a library : on women writers & the writing life

Autore: Kelly Cherry
Editore: Kansas City, Mo. : BkMk Press/University of Missouri-Kansas City, ©2009.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro a stampa : Biography : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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"In this essay collection, Cherry explores the craft of writing, tracing her own development from rebellious college student to award-winning author of 19 books of poetry, fiction, short fiction, and criticism. She discusses her early life in Ithaca, New York, as the child of struggling musicians busy trying to survive and with little time for parenting. She was kicked out of college twice, but over the years she  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Persona incaricata: Kelly Cherry; Kelly Cherry
Tipo materiale: Biography
Tipo documento Libro
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Kelly Cherry
{0} 9781886157668 1886157669
Numero OCLC: 321047599
Descrizione: 235 pages ; 22 cm
Contenuti: Authority --
Why I write --
I was a teenage Beatnik --
The beauty mark --
My mother and Mr. Allen Dewey Spooner --
The meaning of guilt (Anne Tyler) --
Self and strangeness --
Fictions by four contemporary African American women writers (Colleen J. McElroy, Gayl Jones, Rita Dove, Ntozake Shange) --
Art we cannot live without : Mary Ward Brown --
A girl in a library --
Two feuilletons, each managing to mention Emily Dickinson --
Locating the female self in relation to the male tradition --
A grace beyond the reach of art : teaching poetry --
Third feuilleton --
Self and sensibility : Elizabeth Hardwick --
Literary theory and the actual writer --
The daresomeness of a Southern woman writer (Bobbie Ann Mason) --
The globe and the brain : on place in fiction --
What comes next : women writing women in contemporary short fiction --
Why I write now --
Called to it : an autobiography.
Responsabilità: Kelly Cherry.

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"In this essay collection, Cherry explores the craft of writing, tracing her own development from rebellious college student to award-winning author of 19 books of poetry, fiction, short fiction, and criticism. She discusses her early life in Ithaca, New York, as the child of struggling musicians busy trying to survive and with little time for parenting. She was kicked out of college twice, but over the years she wrote - and then, receiving little encouragement, quit. Finally, she entered the writing programme at the University of North Carolina and achieved success. Cherry's essays are on topics such as writing, reading, life...with reflections on beauty, art, vocation, as well as essays of literary criticism on the works of American women writers."--Publisher's description.

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