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Some articles on reviews, negative review, review, negative reviews:

Kenneth Patchen - Critical Response
... One can also find notable book reviews that provide a reasonably accurate gauge of the public response to Patchen's work when it was initially published ... The book was also praised in reviews by Louis Untermeyer and John Peale Bishop ... However, the book did receive a notably negative review by Delmore Schwartz in Partisan Review ...
Atlas Shrugged: Part I - Release and Reception - Critical Response
... The film received overwhelmingly negative reviews Rotten Tomatoes reports that 5 of 45 written reviews from critics (11%) were positive – with an average score of 3.5 out of 10 ... of 28%, as determined by averaging 18 professional reviews ... into Al Capone’s vault." Columnist Cathy Young of The Boston Globe gave the film a negative review ...
Christmas Tree (Lady Ga Ga Song) - Critical Reception
... "Christmas Tree" received mixed reviews from critics ... Alex Rawls of OffBeat gave a positive review as part of the "25 Days of Free" offer from Amazon.com ... Estrella Adeyeri, the music editor of Nouse, gave the song a positive review, complimenting its "synth beats and numerous yuletide innuendos" ...

Famous quotes containing the words review and/or negative:

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    Ruth E. Zambrana, U.S. researcher, M. Hurst, and R.L. Hite. “The Working Mother in Contemporary Perspectives: A Review of Literature,” Pediatrics (December 1979)

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