[E–pub READ] (Dorothy Parker's Elbow Tattoos on Writers Writers on Tattoos)

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Dorothy Parker's Elbow Tattoos on Writers Writers on Tattoos
  • Kim Addonizio
  • English
  • 15 June 2020
  • 9780446679046

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Summary ↠ Dorothy Parker's Elbow Tattoos on Writers Writers on Tattoos 100 Awled from society's fringes and onto the ankles of starlets and the biceps of bankers In this v. Nice concept Some stories and poems are better than others The only thought that comes to mind is if you were going to put any literary uote on your body in ink forever what would it be This leads to some deep discussions about memorable uotes and if they speak for your personality sufficiently

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Summary ↠ Dorothy Parker's Elbow Tattoos on Writers Writers on Tattoos 100 Olume stories from writers including Sylvia Plath and Ray Bradbury capture the tattoo experience. I really enjoyed this compilation of different poems essays and fiction excerpts about tattoos There s nothing life changing in this book but it did make me appreciate the art of tattooing even than I already did I m passing this on to my friend who also loves essay compilations

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Summary ↠ Dorothy Parker's Elbow Tattoos on Writers Writers on Tattoos 100 Previously considered the domain of bikers and a rite of passage in the services tattoos have cr. 325 instead of 3 There is a girl who works at the salon that I go to who I have a rabid girl crush on She s about 6 feet tall curvy has her hair done in a Bettie Page style with blunt bangs volume her arms are covered in sleeves of tattoos Part of the attraction is the fact that she looks the way I want toDorothy Parker s Elbow is a collection that inspires the same sort of desire in me These are stories essays by people who have explored their skins limits the collision of experience the body It reminds me of the reason why I fell in love with tattoos in the first place leaves me hungry for the look of new ink It s a beautiful although somewhat lopsided collection which is what keeps it from a 35 or 4 Highlights are Seth Mnookin s It Only Hurts a Little Karol Griffin s Zowie Elizabeth McCracken s It s Bad Luck to Die Kafka s In the Penal Colony Reading Dorothy Parker s Elbow is re experiencing what it s like to sit in a chair under the needle shows you a few things you might not have had the courage to see Thanks again to my best friend for giving it to me as a present