The Lover's Dictionary by David Levithan
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The Lover's Dictionary Summary
A sweet and touching modern love story, told through dictionary entries
The Lover's Dictionary Reviews
"Inherent in such an endeavor is an adorableness thankfully grounded by Levithan's wit." - Publishers Weekly
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David Levithan Author Biography
David Levithan finds it downright baffling to write about himself, which is why he's considering it somewhat cruel and usual to have to write this brief bio. The factual approach (born '72, Brown '94, book '03) seems a bit dry, while the emotional landscape (happy childhood, happy adolescence - give or take a few poems - and happy adulthood so far) sounds horribly well-adjusted. The only addiction he's ever had was a brief spiral into the arms of diet Dr Pepper, unless you count My So-Called Life episodes as a drug. He is evangelical in his musical beliefs and deathly afraid that his bio will end up sounding like the final paragraph in an on-line dating ad.
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