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Pop Fiction, continues; & The Flower Theory

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Reading notes: 4.24.17

tag[s]: crisis of ed. curri-cul.

source, cited:

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cver of source text cited

[accompanying] Dictionary of American Portraits

[edt by Hayward & Blanche Cirker and the Staff of Dover Publications, Inc.]

on cited: p. 235

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identified from source text cited in coherent relevant lines of citation

what do you think

of the classic heart

+ accompanying second

necklace + pears, pearls

grabbed; and even

in comfort in

open neck.

tag[s]: art edu. ; theme: ideas; mind channels

In second source, cited:

[main text]: z. smith; swing time

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source text cited

[for this segment of reading notes:]

in cited: Prologue

[but first theme to respond,

to:] [your art anywhere

outdoors] [like book covers

in libraries; at least.]

[in the entertainment

of psychics [real?]

search groups +

severe [authentic withins

severe academic] politic

groups] badly there

must be the advanced

of the reading group;

even two-person in video-clip

cited: that special person!

[draw a two person skit with recording.]

to supplement academic

esp. reading

related endeavors

theme

Part One. The text as an art lesson.

in reverse order

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of appearance

“dancer” cited p. 4

“I experienced myself

as a kind of shadow.

” … that I had [notes:

never [had] [necessary?

had] any light of

my own. ”

_____–_______

after seeing this text; thinking

of art and-or painting: one

notices text such as:

“coast,” through page already

[red]

“hood”

more reading notes for The FVP: The Flower Theory

frontingflower

cited: p. 16 of

main source text ;

while I was thinking on-the

notes in pin-points:

I was thinking of foreign

culture and not difference

in cultural race: but

within; the main-Land:

possibly: here ? [even].

on p. 16 it is

revealed that the

other “girls” are : “these

white girls”

which of course points

us, to: another race

for the narrator +

the defining sector : race;

other than white;

later on the same

page: ” ‘When your

dad’s white it

means—‘ ”

it seems from cited: page

17 the answer is:

“There were consequently

things you couldn’t discuss

in front of Lily Bingham, and

now Tracey shut her mouth … ”

where “consequence […]”

sounds like cost

and there are “things”

“in front of” [a flower]

“things” cost [

have “consequence .. “]

when [colloquial-ly]

“front … ing ”

to / toward /

as to …

flower [s]

flower in name – ing

is invocation

to species:

flower, too?

from p. 14 of the cited: text [main, text]

esp. breaking up:

“espadrilles” => esp. a drill, es

Untitled

esp. adrill :

is the description of

the shoe: type! [also]

pesa, drill, es

pesa, drills, e

following the continuation of:

s where it

most makes sense ;

and in this case application

wear : it most makes sense

pesa, e-drills [? -> perhaps]

 

4.18.17 on p. 15 at quick glance oui-oui!

have: ‘ “Freed” ‘ and here on cited:

p. 14 we have :

” Her hair was yellow,

not blond, yellow like a canary. Her

skin was very pink, raw pink, now … ”

paint a  [plain] painted [white]:

frame [[as contrast; even what

could be missing ]]

and so blinging opposite,

earlier on cited: 14;

“It was disappointing .”

“yellow” versus “blond” could

im-ply real story: tale [paradise,

possible] and in our : cultour at least,

please; The cliché [pah-again] of freedom

through dancing; for that is; for the?

subject matter: fiction; much like

a bird: i.e. “canary”

plummets the intelligence of even

the child main subjector [-er];

and if you didn’t know it;

before on excerpt implies a

cultour foreign to the American [english

language]. at the bottom of cited:

14; “trilby”

t-ril/by

tr-il/by

or even rt. [foreign cultour?]

as opposed what we

see more often here; though

we do see [rt.]

rt. – liby as a joke: might

mean [way to [public space] library] =>

obs. freedom.

 

— then from this other source, text:

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source, text cited; cover / top

cited: p. 352 , The New York Times,

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from source cited; as just identified; and being identified in coherent relevant lines

the Complete Front Pages : 1851-2008

  •  – –
  • what the heck: besides general
  • guesses/know : is :
  • “agrarian socialism”
  • ag – rar – ian
  • [e] -> age [Ian] who is ?
  • -> rare

social-ism

age, rare: Ian;

social-ism

social-[Ian-ism]->

age|rare|social|[I-an|ism]

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and this is p.e. haps

one def. of suicide.

when is I [an] an

in a group

[of specific

evented-time]

(belonging to incident)

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suicide implies ?

group;

will oui oui oui come

across more; on a more through

and not thorough read of this article? —-> see articlepic.

 

 

 

 

“”Freed””

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more reading notes continued, too

for The FVP

sighthelp

by goura fotadar

date: 42617

on cited: p19 of cited: s,t by zs [swing time by zadie smith]

“”The Communist Manifesto””

to

“”This is my bible “”

to

.

.

.

“, he took it to every dance class, … “

it’s a children’s d.c. and

somewhere again is the mention of

children but note especially on this

page that like in many stories of fiction;

worth-nothing; she has seemed to to

some extent; 5he as in the main

narrator;

replace, ed her mother in her

parents’ relationship.

.

.

.

“It sounded impressive—-

it was meant to impress my

mother——— …”

 

Earlier in the text; I believe

we came across the conceptual-belief-of society

of this mother reliably or not depicted by

the narrating daughter of

something such as: women must

have husbands.

as as aside: to match 42517’s or something

posting theme, I think

and additionally to other notes on this

on cited: 15  “”Freed””

Where replacing your mother

in her marriage likely isn’t the

experience of; and so form, from

former notes and cultural

suppositions, general;

“”Freed”” by dancing

contextual to this portion of

text; is opposite to

replacing your mother in

her marriage; and the

person doing both is

working against an

idea: yours? of

itself? [from

former u                                          [s] [as in plural more than one u or not]] [proof]

but in use of depending

on display narrator is

the text:

on cited p. 11

… that there was no

“Tracey’s father,” at least not in

the conventional, married sense.

This, too, was an example of

bad taste.

from the 2nd source book

in this situation; again

the citation:

Norman Rockwell

A & I ;

with this image; [the three renditions of it here, as photographed]

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certainly in old-folksy

convention’s tradition

a child w/out marriage

and-or no

marriage for the

women, could mean

that to them

see art

image.

 

no bravery

says the bird,

no fashion

says the gown

and hair at

perhaps just perchance

and no song + no song study says the

bird and not the expression

without a father for the

child; and-or a husband

to your mantle?

Perhaps not less important

to this text; and certainly

not in general; with the

image in-mind and

theme cited: the next witch goura;

is how does one become

fashion perchance [where perchance is “autodidact”]

as the text uses

word: “autodidact”

cited: p.19

I watched my

autodidact mother swiftly,

easily, outstrip my

father.

so replace mother &

father to . be ” ”freed” ” in

the facet of fashion; and-or start this process.