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Some articles on critics, critic:

Dear World - Critical Response
... The show received mostly negative reviews, with critics seemingly "personally offended" by selling tickets to the troubled show ... "All the critics came down hard on the book and especially on Herman's score ... Citron (p.181), " Howes and the majority of critics now believe that with a rewritten libretto it could be turned into a successful musical." ...
Mario Party 4 - Reception
... out of 10 Mario Party 4 received a generally mixed to positive response from critics, with reviewers criticising the lack of originality, but praising the game's minigames ... received a negative response from multiple critics, with frustration being expressed at not being able to enter shops or purchase stars with big characters ... The minigames were mainly met with a positive reaction, with critics praising their simplicity ...
Reader-response Criticism - Extensions
... neuropsychoanalysis have given reader-response critics powerful and detailed models for the aesthetic process ... Since reader-response critics focus on the strategies readers are taught to use, they address the teaching of reading and literature ... reader-response criticism stresses the activity of the reader, reader-response critics readily share the concerns of feminist critics and critics ...
Baby Boy (film) - Release and Reception - Critics
... The film received generally positive feedback from critics ... own troubles, and they should." Kenneth Turan, film critic for the Los Angeles Times, praised the film for being "...Compelling.. ... heartfelt and personal..." Rotten Tomatoes gives Baby Boy a critic score of "Fresh" with a 77% rating score from top critics "Preachy and repetitive in parts, Baby Boy still manages to exude ...

Famous quotes containing the word critics:

    Neither can I do anything to please critics belonging to the good old school of “projected biography,” who examine an author’s work, which they do not understand, through the prism of his life, which they do not know.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    Learn then what morals critics ought to show,
    For ‘tis but half a judge’s task, to know.
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)

    I don’t like to write like God. It is only because you never do it, though, that the critics think you can’t do it.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)