Review: The Woman I Kept to Myself Gorgeous poems---too many favorites in this collection to name, but I especially loved "The Red Pickup," "All-American Girl", "Abbot Academy", "Lunch Hour, 1971", "Bad-Weather Friends," "My Bottom ...
LibraryThing Review Nothing is better for the average reader than a non-fiction book that reads like a novel except a collection of poetry that reads like prose, and this is just what that is. Alvarez makes her poems enjoyable for the average reader who may have a hard time appreciating poetry because of the difficulty of reading it. Not only that, but she manages to show us glimpses of her experiences growing up in two different cultures and ending each one with a lesson to think about. This is truly a must read for all. I'll definitely read this again. Alvarez has found herself a new fan!
Review: The Woman I Kept to Myself I found this book at a bookstore, and I read a whole bunch of it there. And then I used all my willpower and left it -- only to buy it on Amazon. Sometimes the internet is evil. I really liked it. The ...
Review: The Woman I Kept to Myself The Woman I Kept to Myself by Julia Alvarez is an intensely personal collection of poems, detailing Alvarez's childhood and adulthood. She hides nothing from her readers and appears to be using this ...
Review: The Woman I Kept to Myself I love Julia Alvarez' voice. Though her poems speaks with imagery of the Dominican Republic she brings an insight into her word choices that are poignant and strong. I especially appreciate her poem That Moment.
Review: The Woman I Kept to Myself Her poetry was beautiful. For such a quick read it told an awful lot to the readers about her life.
A Chinese American woman tells of the Chinese myths, family stories and events of her California childhood that have shaped her identity.
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