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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - viviennestrauss - LibraryThing
For the most part, I really loved. this book and it makes me want to be a less lazy reader and challenge myself more with my choices. Much to think about here though at times I found her to be rather pretentious and annoying. Read full review
ART OBJECTS: Essays on Ecstasy and EffronteryUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A self-important grab bag of essays on art, sex, and writing by one of England's preeminent literary talents. Despite her professed admiration for Modernist giants such as Virginia Woolf, Winterson's ... Read full review