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In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak
I have a confession to make, goodreads. You might want to sit down.
Ive been seeing other literary social cataloguing websites.
No, wait, put that plate down. It wasnt because I really wanted to see anyone else. . . it was for my grade. *dodges plate* Wait, wait, let me explain! The thing is, Im doing a big project on book reviews.
Im analyzing the rhetorical differences between online book reviews and those published in print.
From meta-reviews to highly negative reviews, to reviews that are discussing the process of reading the book instead of the actual book itself, Im searching for every kind of trend thats developing. Including the brilliant one-sentence reviews.
How many have I been seeing? Uh, like four. Probably six by the end of the week. *dodges a lamp* But Im not reviewing with them, goodreads! Im just there for the . . . well, you know . . . if I want my project to say anything, I need to know the lay of the land, dont I?
But, more than just literary social cataloguing websites, Im also looking at other parts of the internet: online-only reviewers, amazon.com book reviews, and on and on. The project itself will be specifically about reviews on goodreads, but Im going to do some comparisons to see why our reviews are better than theirs. Because they are, and I love you the best.
Im saying all this because it would just be the cats pajamas if anyone knows a website I should check out, article I should read, or even a specific review that you think of as a must read.
And I raise the question: is it even a book review if the book is never mentioned, nor any issue about the books subject matter raised?
In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak Narrated by Tammy Grimes
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In the Night Kitchen is a popular and controversial children's picture book , written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak , and first published in The book depicts a young boy's dream journey through a surreal baker's kitchen where he assists in the creation of a cake to be ready by the morning. It was adapted into a five-minute animated short film in by Gene Deitch. A young boy named Mickey sleeps in his bed when he is disturbed by noise on a lower floor. Suddenly, he begins to float, and loses all of his clothes as he drifts into a surreal world called the "Night Kitchen". He falls naked into a giant mixing pot that contains the batter for the "morning cake". While Mickey is buried in the mass, three identical bakers who closely resemble Oliver Hardy mix the batter and prepare it for baking, unaware or unconcerned that there is a little boy inside.