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  1. says:

    I really wanted to like this book I mean it's billed as a poetic re imagining of the life of Frida Kahlo; I expected a dense story with all the

  2. says:

    Forced and incredibly self conscious I wanted to love this but really did notNo plot to speak of clearly derivative of the central autobiography of her life This really does not do her justice

  3. says:

    The language was beautiful for 47 pages and then it just got annoying

  4. says:

    The book is a poetic re imagination of Frida Kahlo's life written in first person as though narrated by her While it has some really beautiful uotes the language gets SO POETIC at times that it's a drag to read after a while

  5. says:

    Jay Griffiths has created a true portrait and merely has to call it fiction because Kahlo herself can't sign it off When I

  6. says:

    I loved this wonderful poetic book so much I gave my lovely hardback away and bought two others for friends And now I sit thinking why didn’t I jealously guard this treasure so I could reach for it whenever I feel the urge to pick it up and smile opening a random page on some random memory I need another copy Beautiful Beautiful

  7. says:

    Loved it Powerful colourful evocative of time and place

  8. says:

    25 starsI'm a lifelong lover of Friday Kahlo Her life her ideals her work all of it alwaysSo this book intrigued me as a concept I believe that

  9. says:

    I read this a year ago when I was sent an ARC that I had won from Text Publishing As a reader who's 'real life' is as an art student I fell in

  10. says:

    Beautiful languagespell binding language I enjoyed the poetry of the words very much I did feel like I was watching the movieFridaas uite a few of the uotes were in that movie I am not sure it is an accurate pictu

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review ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Jay Griffiths

In this fictional tour de Letter from eBook #180 force Jay Griffiths author of the acclaime The language was beautiful for 47 pages and then it just got annoying

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Or Diego Rivera that is also a celebration of the spirit of poetry and the art of rebellion 25 starsI m a lifelong lover of Friday Kahlo Her life her ideals her work all of it alwaysSo this book intrigued me as a concept I believe that this piece originates from in a similar state of reverence and admiration giving Frida an omnipresent first person narrative with an idealistic stream of consciousness flow However it consistently and predominantly comes off as a vehicle for personal convictions and beliefs by the writerIf you re an admirer of Kahlo and want to get a better sense of her spirit skip this book and pick up a copy of her published diary instead

review ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Jay Griffiths

D Wild creates a portrait of the artist Frida Kahlo her devastating accident and her love f The book is a poetic re imagination of Frida Kahlo s life written in first person as though narrated by her While it has some really beautiful uotes the language gets SO POETIC at times that it s a drag to read after a while sometimes even bordering into plain annoying and I was tempted to skip pages However the poetic narration did make a few incidences in her life uite a lot emotional to read about particularly her accident and miscarriage It probably wouldn t have been as gut wrenchingly sad if it had been narrated in the deadpan voice of a biography I also loved the part where she describes what motivates her to paint The Two Fridas and her description and interpretation of the painting itself These are the parts where the poetic narration works so wellThen there are parts where she just goes on and on pages and pages full of abstract stuff that detracts from the story and I m just like OKAY MOVE ON and tell me what happened next in her life The last part is especially boring from the part where she caught her husband cheating on her with her own sister That could have been written with so much concisely and with poise but it went all over the place and everywhere right till the end of the bookThe book keeps rambling on poetic stuff at places for far too long where it loses the story Towards the end I almost forgot that this is supposed to be Frida narrating her story it felt like this author s personal poetry prose book And the book does this in many places it loses the story and rambles on about the poetry of things It could have been shorter and crisper