Additional Resources for Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver

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Andrews, Terry L., "Animal Dreams," in Magill's Literary Annual, Salem Press, 1991, pp. 38-42.

This detailed and appreciative review brings out,
among other things, the fairy tale aspects of the novel.
Andrews writes that Codi is a "kind of unwitting
Sleeping Beauty."


Barbara Kingsolver, in Signature Series' Contemporary Southern Writers, produced by the Annenberg/CPB Projects company, 1997.

According to reviewer Jeannette E. Riley, this onehour
video presents "a comprehensive discussion of
Kingsolver's influences, experiences, political beliefs,
and dreams for the future." It also includes
Kingsolver reading from her work, including Animal
Dreams.




Beattie, L. Elisabeth, ed., "Barbara Kingsolver," in Conversations with Kentucky Writers, University of Kentucky Press, 1996, pp. 151-71.

In a wide-ranging interview, Kingsolver says that she begins every novel with an important question that intrigues her and works her way toward the answer.

Berry, Donna, "An Interview with Barbara Kingsolver," in Women Writers Speak Out, Rutgers University...

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