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  • If they haven't known anything about her when she was alive, they would find out more after her death and I think the story's main sublime there is really crucial

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      This book title, Notes from an Exhibition by Patrick Gale gave a lot of insights on what perhaps goes in the minds of different artists at any given time. The time set is not in this modern era, but rather a time long before us.

      An artist has died all of a sudden and


      through her work and everything else, her family would have to find out what or why and who she indeed is. If they haven’t known anything about her when she was alive, they would find out more after her death and I think the story’s main sublime there is really crucial. If I dare ...

      • to say, this would be the story’s main selling point and it certainly works well enough. There are also different characters in the story like Garfield (nice, weird name) and other possible persons too. The dead artist has this schizophrenic illness and she turned that into something of a special thing; which is to
        be an artist. There are also certain artistic notes inside which would be useful for those having an artistic ‘eye’.

        This book would be a rave for art lovers out there, enjoying something like a progressive plot. But it might get other types of people with different personalities truly bored. I give this review an 8.




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