Bridge to Terabithia | Critical Essay by Penelope Curtis

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Critical Essay by Penelope Curtis

What seems at first the main fault of [Bridge to Terabithia]—its light loosely woven structure—becomes its most important quality. The fabric of loosely woven thoughts is an integral part of the story. The short, sharp American dialogue is rather off-putting, as is the opening theme, but these are overcome by the developing charm and simplicity. This book grows on you, and you may not realise how much you have enjoyed it until the end. (pp. 23-4)

Penelope Curtis, in Book Window (© 1978 S.C.B.A. and contributors), Winter, 1978.

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