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    Summary Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katherine Dunn Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Definitely not an easy book to read The language was difficult stream of consciousness and did admittedly often lose me or leave me behind But that didn't mean it wasn't still beautiful Like an abstract work of art you still knew what was being said to you even if the language confused you You still felt the same emotional response even if you weren't exactly sure why I don't know how a story about a dragon who could

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    PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn This was the most atrocious book I have ever read It really didn't even deserve an entire star and barely half of one I am one of those people who needs a plot a coherent plot I'm not even sure if this was written in an abstract manner The synopsis explains this is an autobiographical account of Dunn when she was arrested for writing bad checks and her personal experiences that followed but the theme of the

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    PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review Summary Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katherine Dunn I LOVED Geek Love and was excited to read this but couldn't even get through it And it is a short book It was poorly written and impossible to follow Although I will say the scene with the marry go round of horses with penises that fuck the children well that stuck with me

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    PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Summary Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katherine Dunn Have you ever had the radio or TV on in the background and it's some sort of talk program and you realize people are speaking but i

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    review Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review a kind of Acker Lunch Piercy's 'woman on the edge of time' mash up of holy hell Abstract text that brushes up against realism in the hardest of ways I really enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it to

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    PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn In a mind in a prison in an attic in an attic; the author's mind's eye autobiographical experiences from her stay on the thirteenth floor of the Jackson County JailWhen meta reviewing the thoughts of other critics on Attic it becom

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    review Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Summary Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katherine Dunn Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review All the steel is painted at the advice of some penologist with a psychology degree A cool pink A deceptive pink to make us think we are remembering the hot pinks and livid reds of the outside while chilling even those memories embalm

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    Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Trigger warnings for graphic sex and violence often in tandemThe first novel by the author of Geek Love Attic is similarly disturbing It doesn't have the tight structure or dark humour of Geek Love but shares its fixation on the grotesue A yo

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    Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Katherine Dunn's masterpiece a literary exorcism as painful and beautiful as a Gillian Welch song

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    PDF KINDLE Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn á Katherine Dunn Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review Summary Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Katherine Dunn Well this book earns a spot on the 'most fucked up books I've ever read' list

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review Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn

Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Read & Download ´ 4 review Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Here is the slim stunning debut novel from the acclaimed author of Geek Love Attic follows a young woman named Kay who has joined a cult like organization that sells magazine subscriptions in small towns When Kay tries to cash a customer’s. I LOVED Geek Love and was excited to read this but couldn t even get through it And it is a short book It was poorly written and impossible to follow Although I will say the scene with the marry go round of horses with penises that fuck the children well that stuck with me

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Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn

Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Read & Download ´ 4 review Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Bad check she lands in jail and Dunn’s visceral prose gives us a vivid stream of consciousness depiction of the space in which she’s held As Kay comes to know the other inmates alliances and rivalries are formed memories are recounted a. Have you ever had the radio or TV on in the background and it s some sort of talk program and you realize people are speaking but it s like the noise is just going straight through you with almost no comprehension of what s being said Well that s close to what reading this was like There were whole swaths where my eyes traveled over the letters and my brain whispered the words in my head and there was no connection whatsoever I had to look up online what this book was about some of it I actually did have right in my head some of it I missed or misread entirely It s a very stream of consciousness book about a young woman who gets arrested for check fraud and prostitution Then the rest of the novel is about her life in prison with flashbacks to earlier times I think that s what they were She has an aversion to using the toilet in front of other inmates has some interesting sexual impulses and does indeed describe two fabulously imaginative scenes one is a kind of perverse merry go round and the other is a dragon whose every secretion appears to be a candy or sweet of some ilk Still highly highly highly and that s advancing the third highly from next month s stock recommend Geek Love but you can probably skip this one Words I Learned While Reading This Bookstroboscopic transom anopheles

Katherine Dunn ´ 4 review

Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Read & Download ´ 4 review Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn Nd lives are changed Based on Katherine Dunn’s own formative coming of age experiences Attic was critically lauded when it was first published in 1970 Now it stands as an extraordinary indelible work from one of our most celebrated writers. Trigger warnings for graphic sex and violence often in tandemThe first novel by the author of Geek Love Attic is similarly disturbing It doesn t have the tight structure or dark humour of Geek Love but shares its fixation on the grotesue A young woman is arrested for passing a bad cheue and spends months in jail awaiting trial Her nightmares and hallucinations flash back to a lifetime of sexual abuse often related as fairy tale science fiction or anything to make the pain less real Near the end of the story we learn that the young woman s name is Katherine DunnAttic is gorgeously written The character s breaks with reality are rendered in the stream of consciousness of a hugely talented young writer who discovered Joyce and Woolf and realized that she had found a vehicle for telling her story The influences take over her voice in places a repeated yes that sounds awful lot like Molly Bloom punctuates some sex scenesDay to day life in the cell block is portrayed conventionally but just as horrifically Damaged women try to help or hurt each other and no one gets better I m a style junkie and and enjoy a book that makes me work and suirm a bit I liked this one a lot

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 150
  • Attic AUTHOR Katherine Dunn
  • Katherine Dunn
  • English
  • 24 September 2019
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