|Plot Summary of Through the Flower|
|"Judy Chicago's first autobiography tells the story of the first 35 years of her life. Spanning from her childhood, in which her father, a radical leftist, died when she was a teenager, through her college career and adult life as an artist, Chicago discusses the difficulties she faced as a female artist. Chicago is candid about love, sex, art, and feminism. The book was written only two years before Chicago created her most famous installation, The Dinner Party."
Judy Berman, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Through the Flower|
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Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Ethnic/Relig. of subject (inside)
- woman's story
ethnic of society (outside)
- American (west coast)
Period of greatest activity?
Subject of Biography
Biography of famous person?
- American (!)
How sensitive is this person?
- sensitive to others' feelings
- Genius (really!)
How much descriptions of surroundings?
- 4 ()
- Los Angeles
- mostly 1st
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
Book makes you feel?
Sex in book?
What kind of sex:
- actual description of hetero sex
- descript. of female anat. (the big V)
Commentary on society?
- wicked men
Story of entire life, or part?
- story of nearly entire life
- A lot in color 11-15
How much dialogue in bio?
- significantly more descript than dialog
A LOT of info about personal vices?
Lot of titilating info about love life?
How much of bio focuses on most famous period of life?
- 0-25% of book
How much is philosophy rather than life story?
- 51-75% of book
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