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Enormous Smallness

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Autor: D. Giacomo
Vydavatel: TBS
Publikováno: 2015
Formát: hardback 64 stran
Cena: 396 Kč ( 360 Kč bez DPH)
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A Boston Globe Best Book of 2015A Huffington Post Best Picture Book in Biography for 2015 Selected by the Great Lakes Great Books Award committee, a program of the Michigan Reading Association, for the 2016-2017 state-wide literature program "An eminently friendly introduction to both the poet and his spiritdeceptively simple, just like its subject." -- STARRED review, Kirkus Reviews an uncommonly delightful picture-book celebration of Cummings s life -- Maria Popova, Brain Pickings "Enormous Smallness" is a nonfiction picture book about the poet E.E. cummings. Here E.E.'s life is presented in a way that will make children curious about him and will lead them to play with words and ask plenty of questions as well. Lively and informative, the book also presents some of Cummings's most wonderful poems, integrating them seamlessly into the story to give the reader the music of his voice and a spirited, sensitive introduction to his poetry.In keeping with the epigraph of the book -- "It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are," Matthew Burgess's narrative emphasizes the bravery it takes to follow one's own vision and the encouragement E.E. received to do just that. Matthew Burgess teaches creative writing and composition at Brooklyn College. He is also a writer-in-residence with Teachers & Writers Collaborative, leading poetry workshops in early elementary classrooms since 2001. He was awarded a MacArthur Scholarship while working on his MFA, and he received a grant from The Fund for Poetry. Matthew's poems and essays have appeared in various journals, and his debut collection, "Slippers for Elsewhere," was published by UpSet Press. His doctoral dissertation explores childhood spaces in twentieth century autobiography, and he completed his PhD at the CUNY Graduate Center in June 2014.Kris Di Giacomo is an American who has lived in France since childhood. She has illustrated over twenty-five books for French publishers, which have been translated into many languages.

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  • EAN: 9781592701711

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