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Buried Alive: The Elements of Love

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Publication date  April 1996
Pages  46
Dewey Decimal  811/.54 20
Originally published  April 1996
Page count  46
OCLC  32779111
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Media type  Print (Hardcover)
ISBN  978-0689805936
LC Class  PS3556.L523 B87 1996
Author  Ralph Fletcher
Publisher  Atheneum Books
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Buried Alive: The Elements of Love is a young adult book of poetry by Ralph Fletcher, with photographs by Andrew Moore. It was first published in 1996.

Contents

Summary

This book is a collection thirty six free verse poems about teenage love divided into four elements: earth, water, air and fire.

Reception

Marjorie Lewis in her review for School Library Journal said that "the poetry, the inviting pages, the metaphor of the arrangement, the romantic situations and the mysterious photo-collages is, in its complexity, a step above the works of Mel Glenn and Gary Soto. Joan B. Elliott and Mary M. Dupuis recommended this book for use in the classroom in their book Young Adult Literature in the Classroom.

References

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