A. O. Scott
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Who is A. O. Scott?
A. O. Scott: Anthony Oliver Scott is an American journalist and film critic. Along with Manohla Dargis, he serves as chief film critic for The New York Times.
- also known as Anthony O. Scott, AO Scott, Tony
- born on (49 years ago) in Northampton, child of Joan Wallach Scott
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Film critic, journalist
- nomination: - nominated to Pulitzer Prize for Criticism (For his incisive film reviews that, with aplomb, embrace a wide spectrum of movies and often explore their connection to larger issues in society or the arts.)
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by Robert W. Pohle Jr., Douglas C. Hart, Rita Pohle Baldwin
Review A. O. Scott in the New York Times (December 13, 2012) wrote, “This voyage, which takes place 60 years before Frodo's great quest, is not nearly as captivating.” Christopher Lee Interview ...
by Joan Shelley Rubin, Paul S. Boyer, Professor Scott E. Casper
A. O. Scott wrote, “Morrison's novel has inserted itself into the American canon more completely than any of its potential rivals. . . . This triumph is commensurate with its ambition, since it was Morrison's intention in writing it precisely to expand the range of classic American literature, to enter, as a living black woman, the company of dead white males like Faulkner, Melville, Hawthorne and Twain.” For Scott, Morrison's text sought not to overthrow the American canon, “but to complete ...
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There's a high school in Camden, New Jersey, I call the Jill Scott School. It's the Camden Creative Arts High School. Those teachers and kids are so passionate about what they do, and 98 percent of the senior class went on to college. (Jill Scott)
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