The Literary Baby Name Book

The Literary Baby Name Book This fascinating compendium includes approximately names from the pages of great literary works from epic poems and ballads to modern tales andoffers an alternative for the book loving baby nam

  • Title: The Literary Baby Name Book
  • Author: Tershia D'Elgin
  • ISBN: 9780425182208
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • This fascinating compendium includes approximately 1,000 names from the pages of great literary works from epic poems and ballads to modern tales andoffers an alternative for the book loving, baby naming parent who wants a truly special title for a beloved little creation.

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    1. The premise of this baby name book is interesting, and it has a good index. However, it suffers from irritating accuracy errors and could have used a good fact-checker before it went to print. Errors were especially likely to occur in entries that had anything to do with the fantasy genre. For a particularly egregious example, look up the name "Edmund" in this book: the character Edmund Pevensie from "The Chronicles of Narnia" is confused with another (Eustace Clarence Scrubb) and given the wron [...]


    2. I enjoyed learning about the people who populate all the classics I've never read, but the often point-missing summaries of books I have read was a little disconcerting.The book also doesn't include any information on etymology and meaning, which would strengthen its usefulness considerably.Ultimately, I enjoyed the read but didn't find it very memorable, and so my search for the perfect name book continues.



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