What I Loved Compared To The Blazing World

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This book contains a lot of sexual and psychological themes. In the very first sentence Hustvedt writes cynically that people will remember male artists better than female. The relation between sex and art is one the man themes and is often described vulgarly. One thing I noticed while reading were the number of chapters. The book has a lot small chapter compared to What I loved, which was divided into three big chapter. These different partition had different effects on my reading. I needed more time finishing What I Loved compared to The Blazing World. For me reading a lot of smaller parts was more enjoyable that reading few big parts. However there was one thing that annoyed me. The whole book is a collection of Harriet Burden's notebooks,
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