You. An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person

You. An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person

You An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person None

  • Title: You. An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person
  • Author: Kim Dana Kupperman Heather G. Simons James M. Chesbro Marcia Aldrich Jenny Boully Steven Church Joan Connor Alice Elliott Dark
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
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    • ☆ You. An Anthology of Essays Devoted to the Second Person || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Kim Dana Kupperman Heather G. Simons James M. Chesbro Marcia Aldrich Jenny Boully Steven Church Joan Connor Alice Elliott Dark
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      Posted by:Kim Dana Kupperman Heather G. Simons James M. Chesbro Marcia Aldrich Jenny Boully Steven Church Joan Connor Alice Elliott Dark
      Published :2019-06-23T10:32:09+00:00

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    As someone who is obsessed with the second person voice, I was so excited to find this book at the AWP Conference in Boston in 2013. I thought, "Brilliant!" Only recently did I have a chance to read the book and, for the most part, it lives up to my expectations. What I liked best about this anthology was 1) the fact that it introduced me to some new writers, whose work I'll definitely be reading further and 2) it confirmed that the second person is NOT gimmicky and can serve so many different p [...]

    An intriguing collection of essays written in the second person point of view. Most of the works and their authors were new to me, and while I can't say I liked every piece in this anthology, I had to admire the experimentation that took place in many of the essays. The book even made me revise one of my essays, using the second person point of view (I'm not sure I like it yet, but it was fun to try!)

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