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Creator Lindauer, Margaret A. Language eng. Publication Hanover, N. Extent xii, p. Note "Wesleyan University Press. Isbn Dimensions unknown Extent xii, p.
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Form of item electronic Isbn Isbn Type electronic bk. Other physical details ill. Words become significant in new ways. Familiar data may be reframed and assume new kinds of significance and relevancy. Poetry mirrors and organizes certain dimensions of experience more precisely than prose. It poses its own requirements: it requires us, for instance, — to inhabit time a little differently — to notice how, and why how matters — to notice what is broken and possibilities that open in brokenness — to entertain ambiguities — to change the shape of our understanding — to love the lively image — to let images deliver information their way — to involve ourselves with verbs.
Poems offer both information and invitation: the invitation is to pause and reflect. Good poems summon us to stop even as they move us onward. Good poems offer guidance. They offer alternative models or maps of suffering, pain management, adaptation, and healing work.
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Why a Poem in a Place Like This? It poses its own requirements: it requires us, for instance, — to inhabit time a little differently — to notice how, and why how matters — to notice what is broken and possibilities that open in brokenness — to entertain ambiguities — to change the shape of our understanding — to love the lively image — to let images deliver information their way — to involve ourselves with verbs Poems offer both information and invitation: the invitation is to pause and reflect. Bell M.
The Condition. August 15, Bloch C. In the land of the body — 8. The Past Keeps Changing. Sheep Meadow Press; Fiser K. Her heart is worn on the outside of the dress. It is full and a vain leads from it to a small picture she holds in her lap. The two figures hold hands and share an artery, sharing their blood flow and life.
Devouring Frida: The Art History and Popular Celebrity of Frida Kahlo
Many believe that Frida did not feel truly loved by Diego as she felt he only loved her Mexican side. This can be observed in the fact that the heart on the Mexican Frida is full and healthy while the heart on the European Frida is open and bleeding out. The Mexican Frida is loved, while the European Frida is unwanted.
Frida often felt at odds with herself due to her confused identity between her heritages and may have felt Diego did not fully accept her European part; after all he is the one who encouraged her to begin to dress in the traditional indigenous style. It could be said that this represents the Diego Frida would have wanted: Innocent, before he could comprehend cheating on her.
The painting signifies her pain of losing Diego and the personal conflict that goes with it. She feels her European side is dying and she wishes to embrace her Mexican side. All the while she holds her own hand trying to keep herself whole. A year after the painting Diego and Frida re-married though their relationship was slow to heal.
She stayed separated from him in their joint houses and often kept the door to her house locked. At the age of 47 Frida died of an embolism though some speculate that it may have been an overdose. Her life and work has become the subject of films, literature, and scholastic articles for the past fifty years.
Her home has now been converted into a museum open to the public with her ashes on display. One of her works is in the Louvre and museums all over America and Mexico hold exhibitions in her honor. Some people look at Fridas work with love, some with disgust.
Either way Frida accomplishes what she set out to do, she makes you feel her pain. Library Book, February 24th Margaret A. Modern Art History site map. Maya G. I was born a painter.