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Still Life with Woodpecker is sort of a love story that takes place inside a pack of Camel cigarettes It reveals the purpose of the moon exp I first read this book in 1981 or thereabouts when I was married to my first husband I had three children and felt completely trapped in a dangerously toxic dead end relationship that I saw no way out of Still Life with Woodpecker than anything else is about CHOICE About using it about the freedom it offers and about being willing to accept the conseuences for exerting it Sometimes I would be reading and have to close the book up suddenly because I couldn t handle the implications in my own life I desperately needed to make changes that I didn t know how to make and I didn t see any way out of my life I really felt I was living in hell But I would pick the book back up following the adventures of Princess Leigh Cherie and the outlaw Bernard Mickey Wrangle as they figure out a way to make love stay And I swear that in reading that book I could pick myself up dust myself off and start over again Ultimately reading Still Life with Woodpecker catalyzed me and helped me to find the strength to leave that relationship and save myself and my children Who could ask anything of literature than that it save your life Or at least inspire you to choose to save it

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Still Life with Woodpecker

Trait of contemporary society that includes powerful Arabs exiled royalty and pregnant cheerleaders It also deals with the problem of redhea gotta say this is my favorite book of all time expertly written like prose than an actual novel who can resist a book whose first sentence is if this typewriter can t do it then fuck it it can t be done

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Lains the difference between criminals and outlaws examines the conflict between social activism and romantic individualism and paints a por Reading this book is like being invited over to someone s house for dinner and finding that they re serving you a buffet of artisanal maraschino cherries they ve made At first you re like Oh how whimsical Then you re like Oh and you flavored this one with cardamom How clever of you And then you re like Oh another one I really shouldn t and as your host just keeps piling on artisanal maraschino cherries they crafted from hand telling you how each one corresponds to an orgasm by a famous historical figure you re like No dude seriously this is getting fucking irritatingThat was this book for me No denying Robbins has a way with words but the way is over engineered contrived and extremely irritatingAlso the way he writes about female genitalia grosses me out It reminds me of how an 14yo honors student virginal boy would talk about genitals Impeccably worded very clever and sort of clueless and icky I loves me some vulva but am not interested in folds of saltmeat and peach with a seaweed trigger


10 thoughts on “Still Life with Woodpecker

  1. says:

    I first read this book in 1981 or thereabouts when I was married to my first husband I had three children and felt complete

  2. says:

    Let me first tell you that I dislike modern jazz You know the type the free form kind that only musicians can appreciate I dislike it because it abandons all the structural ualities that I find appealing about o

  3. says:

    Who knows how to make love stay1 Tell love you are going to the Junior's Deli on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn to pick up a cheesecake and if love stays it can have half It will stay2 Tell love you want a memento of it and obtain a lock of its

  4. says:

    Reading this book is like being invited over to someone's house for dinner and finding that they're serving you a buffet of artisanal maraschino cherries they've made At first you're like Oh how whimsical Then you're like Oh and you flavored this one with cardamom How clever of you And then you're like Oh another one I really shouldn't and

  5. says:

    I learned that if you have red hair you can write a crappy book and people will love it I could have written this book in college The jokes were forced the premise was too ridiculous to take seriously and the payoff was weak weak weak It was little than a sophmoric creative writing assignment taken like way too far Plus if you can't write female characters to be anything then complex sexual fantasies you should just n

  6. says:

    As my lack of stars indicate this book is ok However the Best thing about the book is the following uote one of the most in

  7. says:

    The most important thing is love said Leigh Cheri I know that now There's no point in saving the world if it me

  8. says:

    My favorite book of all time I used a uote from this book in my wedding vows It is funny silly and romantic

  9. says:

    gotta say this is my favorite book of all time expertly written like prose than an actual novel who can resist a book whose first sentence is if this typewriter can't do it then fuck it it can't be done

  10. says:

    I remember over the years I would come across Still Life with Woodpecker every now and then in bookshops and book bazaars Each time

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