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The two books shown below contain scholarly essays on Neil Gaiman's works.
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Critical Insights: Neil Gaiman From the publisher: "....Gaiman's works encourage readers to embrace love, fear, pain, pride, and most of the remaining emotional spectrum with an earnest vigor, gentle humor, and honest warmth, the likes of which humble the greats in all media to which he has contributed. This volume contains 14 essays that....are as diverse a look at the life and work of...Gaiman as any in print today."
Call Number: (On Reserves shelf) PR6057 .A319 Z76 2016
Publication Date: 2016
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Neil Gaiman in the 21st Century The essays here examine the following works by Gaiman:
Plus, a cartoonist reflects on his connection to Gaiman's work.
- American Gods
- Anansi Boys
- The Graveyard Book
- The Ocean at the End of the Lane
- The Wolves in the Walls
- Blueberry Girl
- A Calendar of Tales
- Sandman: Overture
Call Number: (On Reserves shelf) PRINT COPY COMING SOON
Publication Date: 2015
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