List of reviews for Jacqueline Bishop
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Arlene McKanic Fauna by Jacqueline Bishop Caribbean Life
In this short book review for a newspaper, Arlene McKanic outlines the beauty of the volume, and recalls particular poems alongside their historical or social contexts.
Helen Nelson Fauna Mslexia
Helen Nelson's review, which covers Imtiaz Dharker's The Terrorist at my Table as well as Fauna, compares Jacqueline Bishop to Donna Weir-Soley. She argues that Bishop's poetry is effective through simplicity -- 'beautifully distilled'.
Jim Hannan (Le Moyne College) None given World Literature Today
In this review, Hannan explores the interlinks between form and content, and the interrogation of personal and collective memory found in Jacqueline Bishop's volume.
Mary Hanna Prayers of gratitude The Jamaican Gleaner
A thorough review outlining the poetry collection's moving qualities, arguing that Jacqueline Bishop's approach to difficult and disturbing topics achieves a cathartic and praiseworthy outcome.