Agida: Upon dirty art

Agida: Upon dirty art Gian Andrea
  • Title: Agida: Upon dirty art
  • Author: Gian Andrea
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  • Page: 416
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  • Agida: Upon dirty art Gian Andrea Agida Upon dirty art postmodernist transgressive fiction disconcerting confusing and philosophically provoking What s your life going to be when you first realize that you is not you at all That your inner voice is no
    postmodernist transgressive fiction, disconcerting, confusing, and philosophically provoking What s your life going to be, when you first realize that you is not you at all That your inner voice is not yourself Agida is a girl And she has a problem she can no longer feel the touch A disenchanted young painter uses her and her body to make art out of r postmodernist transgressive fiction, disconcerting, confusing, and philosophically provoking What s your life going to be, when you first realize that you is not you at all That your inner voice is not yourself Agida is a girl And she has a problem she can no longer feel the touch A disenchanted young painter uses her and her body to make art out of real pulsating flesh Slowly losing her ability to perceive the world around her, while people she comes across with are just another part of the problem, she struggles to understand what her life is all about Free will against fate, the dire beauty of what is necessary, the endless pursuit of the meaning of life trough art and sex and human nature a though provoking, deep thinking work of literature to produce this offbeat, yet though provoking work of art in words I cannot remember reading a book quite like this one, and I mean that in the most fantastic way possible It s like a mystery to be solved, a puzzle to be completed, a dream during which you only hope to finally be able to understand the meaning The book is filled with gorgeous quotes The language is so pretty and precise, yet uniquely creates a tense and mysterious story that s both easy to read yet very deep and meaningful It is written in a third person second person narrative which could throw off traditional readers but I eat Post Modernism for breakfast so this definitely worked well for me It was disconcerting, confusing and evocative in all the right ways If you like your work dreamy and surreal then this book is for you.
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    About Gian Andrea


    1. PhilosopherWriter TravelerEnvironmentalistGian Andrea is a writer who currently resides in the United Kingdom, out of boredom.Voracious reader since young age and amateur painter, he grew very fond of Philosophy, Art and Linguistic along with his wide interest for Physics and Human Biology.He holds a bachelor degree in Literature and History with honours, and a master degree in Philosophy with honours.None of them have ever helped him find a real jobND OUT MORE about GIAN atEXPHILOtwitter GianAndreauthorfacebook Gian Andreafacebook AgidaPinterest GianAndreauthor Gian AndreaInstagram Gian_Andrea_ArtBRIEF UNOFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY Back to the time when he was blonde and better known for his physique, rather than his brain, Gian was a kid that grew up somewhere in central Italy, a sin that he will try to make up for in his older age.Spending most of his time alone, drawing, painting or reading anything that had some sort of words printed on it, his family got quite concerned that the kid would became a skinny outcast.Or even worse, just skinny.So they pushed him to play some kind of sport and stuffed him with bread and pizza as a daily routine.Jumping from one sport to another, he first got interested on Swimming Bathtubs, lakes, seas Puddles, at times.An it was fine, but it missed the real action.So he became really keen on Athletics, Running, mostly but after a while, he realized that he had been running for hours every day, without actually getting anywhere.Next, he started playing Basketball He did like it.But a place where everybody is supposed to like Football, lacks of any real competition, he noticed later on.Feeling like he had yet to find the right sport that d suit him, he began practising Karate Meantime, he discovered himself a pacifist, therefore he quit.At the same time he joined the local gym, and that seemed to work just fine for a while.Until it turned out to become an addictive issue.Finally University kicked in, and right after the first couple of classes of Philosophy and Literature, his mind was finally clear Why would I even work out in the first place he said.He spent the following years working meaningless jobs and meeting meaningful people.He travelled all over Europe chasing after museums, forgotten artists and cheap accommodations Though he never managed to get out of the UK, place that amuses him to no end.When he is not writing he is painting, and when he is not writing or painting either, he s mostly likely watching movies or reading books or fighting insomnia.He recently quit some drugs, turned vegetarian and got involved with charitable works and environmental organizations.He claims to work for one of those, when he remembers to.


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    1. I found this to be a very interesting read It is written in a third person second person narrative which could throw off traditional readers but I eat Post Modernism for breakfast so this definitely worked well for me It was disconcerting, confusing and evocative in all the right ways If you like your work dreamy and surreal than this book is for you.

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    2. Agida Upon Dirty ArtBy Gian Andrea FictionSelf discovery Art Romance Mystery Elements of all FourAgida is a girl who can no longer feel the touch of another human being, the feel of the chair beneath her, humor, sexuality, love she is losing touch with everything and everyone both emotionally and physically.The author s writing style is at first a little jarring It feels disjointed and chaotic However, it wasn t long before I found myself engaged I had to know what in the world is going on here [...]

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    3. I started reading, and I couldn t stop The story pulled me forward, drew me in And then there I was, in the middle of those pages, and my story was wrapped around me in type My life, albeit different in settings and people, was being read aloud in my mind.What an incredible story of human emotion, and the evolution of oneself If you ve never been where Agida has been, then count yourself lucky to live in the bliss of ignorance If you have been there, and have lived to wake on the other side of n [...]

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    4. I started reading, and I couldn t stop The story pulled me forward, drew me in And then there I was, in the middle of those pages, and my story was wrapped around me in type My life, albeit different in settings and people, was being read aloud in my mind.What an incredible story of human emotion, and the evolution of oneself If you ve never been where Agida has been, then count yourself lucky to live in the bliss of ignorance If you have been there, and have lived to wake on the other side of n [...]

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    5. This was such a beautiful book It offered some insightful philosophies about day to day life in a very interesting and unique way

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    6. An interesting read I found it informative and original I would recommend

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    7. I m all for experimenting with the written word, to break free from the restraints author s feel forced they must stick to in order to tell their story And because of that, I applaud author Gian Andrea for going outside of the mold I can usually read a book fairly quickly For a novella, you would think even so Unfortunately, I found myself repeatedly going back to the beginning to try and see if I missed something.From the start, editing and lack of basic structure was evident, finding multiple [...]

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    8. When I first saw the original cover of this book, I wondered if the book was for men I like the new cover better I read some of the reviews and the bio of Gian Andrea and was intrigued enough to buy it It s a fairly quick read, written almost like a bad nightmare You want to know about Agita, but at the same time it is painful to observe her as she exists in the world we all live in, without having the sense of touch She is like an alien in her own skin, child like and even those who profess to [...]

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    9. This is one of the most unusual books I have ever read It takes a while to adjust to the writer s unique writing style, but it is well worth the effort.Agida has lost the ability of touch, but this book is far than a chronicle of her life The author is clearly one who feels things deeply and he has translated that passion to the written word We spend our lives, we do waste our lives, doing all the wrong things This book is peppered with such quotes that resonate with every reader.There is so mu [...]

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    10. It took me quite some time to get the hang of the author s writing style, the short, statement like sentences and his choice of a lesser used POV By the midpoint, I was confused but also intrigued by Agida s story However, the intrigue didn t go on to outweigh my confusion and I finished the book no less nonplussed than when I started I can see the merits in this story based on the many glowing reviews to date but, unfortunately, they didn t gel with me An interesting concept, nonetheless, just [...]

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    11. DNF at 26% I just couldn t get into the writing style The choppy sentences, spelling errors, punctuation or lack thereof , vagueness when it came to which character was speaking and when speakers changed, lack of character identity, etc The concept was definitely intriguing but this was just not for me.

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    12. It is an interesting story about a woman, Agida, who no longer have the sense of touch It took me a while to understand what about I was reading, the beginning is a little confunsing but once I got it I enjoy the readiang.

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    13. Beautiful thought provoking bookThis book isn t for everyone The author has a way with words and his meaning that make you stop and think about what he is actually putting on paper It is actually a strange but beautiful story I liked it.

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