windows are also sliding glass doors, and readers have only to walk through in imagination to. . Source: By Rudine Sims Bishop, The Ohio State University.
Profiles and Perspectives. Mirrors. Windows. Slid- ing glass doors. These words. rors, windows, and sliding glass. Sims Bishop (1990) for Perspec- tives.
â€œMirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors,â€ Rudine. Sims Bishop (1990) wrote: Books are sometimes windows, offering views of worlds that may be real or .
It was originally coined, however by Rudine Sims Bishop, Professor Emerita of. In a 1990 article re-published recently here by Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), she. These windows are also sliding glass doors, and readers have only to walk .
Windows, Mirrors, Sliding Glass Doors, and Maps. â€”Rudine Sims Bishop. articles that were written decades apart in 1965, 1990 and 2014, respectively.. Sims Bishop addressed the same travesty in her article â€œMirrors, Windows and .
with my review (Sims, 1980) of Ouida Sebestyen's novel. .. the argument that I tried to make in â€œMirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doorsâ€ (Bishop, 1990).