|Title:||Enough Is Enough: Weekly Meditations for Living Dysfunctionally|
|Format:||lrf mobi txt mbr|
|ePUB size:||1761 kb|
|FB2 size:||1376 kb|
|DJVU size:||1684 kb|
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Poseidon Pr (October 1, 1993)|
Enough Is Enough book.
I'm sorry but Karen Finley is a big reason why I hate performance art. That's why I was so surprised when I picked up this book and laughed out loud in the middle of the store. It's witty, cynical, beautifully satirical. I couldn't believe this is the same woman who shouts inane trite poetry at her audience in that screechy voice. I too love "Enough is Enough," by Karen Finley. Which Woody Allen book?
1996: Living it Up: Humorous Adventures in Hyperdomesticity. 1999: Pooh Unplugged. 2000: A Different Kind of Intimacy: The Collected Writings of Karen Finley. 2006: George and Martha. 2011: The Reality Shows. 1987: The Truth Is Hard to Swallow.
No current Talk conversations about this book.
Karen Finley has been a performance artist in New York City and elsewhere since the 1980s. Her sound recordings have included "Jump in the River", "Never Get Old" (with Sinead O’Connor) and others. she is also the author of some books, including "Shock Treatment", "Pooh Unplugged", and others. Finley has written various books that focus on controversial topics. Her poem "The Black Sheep" is among her best-known works; it was displayed as public art in New York City for one month.
Find nearly any book by Karen Finley. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781844670642 (978-1-84467-064-2) Softcover, Verso, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'George & Martha'.
Published October 1st 1993 by Poseidon Pr (first published 1993).
Karen Finley: Pooh Unplugged - An Unauthorized Memoir. Similar Authors To Karen Finley. Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers. A Different Kind of Intimacy: The Collected Writings of Karen Finley.
About Karen Finley: KAREN FINLEYs raw and transgressive performances have long provoked controversy and debate. USD Sold out. by Karen Finley, Annie Leibovitz.
According to performance artist/provocateur Karen Finley, plastering on the ol happy face when you want to choke the life out of somebody is unhealthy. Whichever comes first.