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Printed Media Reviews
Gebhardt, Sara. "'Prince & Me': By-the-Book Fairy Tale". In: "The Washington Post" (USA), Vol. 127, Iss. 119, 2 April 2004, Pg. 45-46, (NP), (weekend section)
Gillespie, Eleanor Ringel. "A Feminist Fairy Tale: Can an American Pre-Med Student and a Danish Prince Live Happily Ever After?". In: "The Atlanta Journal-Constitution" (Atlanta, GA, USA), Atlanta Newspapers, Vol. 56, Iss. 93, 2 April 2004, Pg. c1+c9, (NP)
Hornaday, Ann. "'Prince': Out Of Thin Heir, A Cute Tale". In: "The Washington Post" (USA), Vol. 127, Iss. 119, 2 April 2004, Pg. c5, (NP)
Lawrenson, Edward. In: "Sight and Sound" (UK), Vol. 14, Iss. 7, July 2004, Pg. 62-63, (MG)
Schwarzbaum, Lisa. "The Prince & Me: A Wisconsin coed can have her cheese and eat it, too. (C+)". In: "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), Vol. 759, 9 April 2004, Pg. 60, (MG)

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Shakespeare, William. "Sonnet # 148". In: "The Complete Pelican Shakespeare", Viking, (BK), 0713900903

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