Art Objects: Essays on Ecstasy and Effrontery
In ten interlocking essays, the acclaimed author of Written on the Body and Art & Lies reveals art as an active force in the world--neither elitist nor remote, available to those who want it and affecting those who don't. Original, personal, and provocative, these essays are not so much a point of view as they are a way of life, revealing "a brilliant and deeply feeling artist at work" (San Francisco Chronicle).
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Review: Art Objects: Essays on Ecstasy and EffronteryUser Review - Kirralee - Goodreads
Ecstasy and Effrontery weren't exaggerations: I can't say i especially enjoyed reading this book, but it's resonated with me more strongly than other books i enjoyed reading much more. Winterson is ... Read full review
Review: Art Objects: Essays on Ecstasy and EffronteryUser Review - Clara Charlotte - Goodreads
Yes, Jeanette Winterson can be self-important and cocky. But she is also incredibly smart and opinionated and who can resist that? Not me. Read full review