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For me, the more expository essays, the ones your English teacher would have favored, are not nearly as rewarding as those in which the essayist shows the intersection between the novel and his own life.
There can be no excuse for an essayist being dull or ponderous and this collection of essays does not fall into that trap.
Some essayists consider Crafts a "genius" performing "literary alchemy" (82) or the more strained "double-voiced discourse" (78).
Maitefa Angaza is a journalist, essayist and editorial consultant living with her family in Brooklyn, New York.
Romance languages: In her heyday (circa 1690), Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz was colonial Mexico's leading scholar, a renowned poet and a heavy-hitting essayist and dramatist (or so the press release says).
PrivacyPlace Editor Tom Maddox is a science fiction writer, screenplay writer (he has written two X Files scripts with coauthor William Gibson), journalist, and essayist.
James Dickey, one of the nation's most distinguished modern poets and an essayist, critic, lecturer and teacher perhaps best known for his rugged novel ``Deliverance,'' died Sunday in Columbia, S.
Yaffa Eliach, Professor of Judaic Studies at Brooklyn College, is a poet, essayist, historian and writer.
Scott Heath is a poet, essayist, and freelance scholar from Kinston, NC.
Artist, novelist, craftsman, poet, printer, essayist, utopian socialist - any one of these careers would be enough to keep most of us chained to the fax and the IBM day and night.
Along with an impressive array of editing experience, McCarthy is also an author, magazine writer, essayist, novelist and book reviewer.
The Harvard Law School graduate turned journalist, essayist and social commentator for elite journals of news and opinion spent 12 years in the U.