[T Fleischmann] Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through [young adult historical fiction Book] PDF



10 thoughts on “Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through

  1. says:

    Not too interesting Not too good writingNot too medically informedNot too healthy a relationship with oneself portrayed The main protagonist is seriously at odds with their body looks sex life people many things I don't thi

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    A free floating long essay on sex art and intimacy examining what it means to live and love in radically new ways In alternately frank and refined prose reminiscent of Maggie Nelson’s Fleischmann roams among sundry memories from th

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    I think this is the first book I truly loved in 2019 It's such a wonderfully built essaybook circling and weaving always

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    T Fleischmann's Time is the Thing a Body Moves Through is a thing of collective beauty One part meditation on ephemeral transsexual love one part art criticism of the work of Félix González Torres and a third part ice Clutch's book length essay escapes easy classification is it perhaps precisely what Trish Salah means when she says trans genre If you know that look you know that look is exactly how this book

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    I know it's not that simple tit for tap but I don't want to give any of my touch to language I just want language to generate touch A book about Felix Gonzalez Torres ice and sex but also coming into one's body and how or why to live and love uninscribed as a writer I read this out loud to a lover in two three hour stretches over two days It's tender agile and smart and I didn't want it to end

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    Per its title it's no surprise that this book offers an embodied movement through time and yet it resists narrative fixity Fleischmann brings to it a great deal of respect for experience change motion difference space and love via complex intimacies that bloom and retreat and defy categorization Super trans4trans and politicized as a given wh

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    ugh i’m sucker for book length essays and this one’s so loving and grimy lovingly grimy it concerns me that the most popular review on goodreads is high key transphobic and recommends that fleischmann seek medical help what the fuck??

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    This is a long essay about the artist Felix Gonzalez Torres ice and sex No that is just the superficial description It is about transformation in the uninscribed As a trans person the author focuses a lot on the transitions of the body whether through aging gender or death Also explored are the relationship be

  9. says:

    A beautiful punk book that explores a lot of weird trans feelings without knocking too many of them down I feel glad that

  10. says:

    Empathy connects us beyond our physical form It feels like the unhinged body—like a slight warm sadness at seeing two clocks set to thesame timeand knowing they slowly tick apart 54Extraordinary this hybrid of a

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review ó eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò T Fleischmann

How do the bodies we inhabit affect our relationship with art How does art affect our relationship to our bodies T Fleischmann uses Felix Gonzáles Torres's artworks piles of candy stacks of paper puzzles as a pa. I think this is the first book I truly loved in 2019 It s such a wonderfully built essaybook circling and weaving always on the move Mixing criticism autobiography it reads similarly to Maggie Nelson and anyone who liked Bluets or The Argonauts should probably read this especially because there s not the weird fetishism y vibes of trans people in this one The way that Fleischmann discusses their identity their resistance to much of the firm language relating to ueer identities is truly everything to me I didn t expect to see myself so reflected in this book Also there s a lot of just really fun stuff and many moments of humor This is really truly excellent and you should definitely not sleep on itAlso be on the lookout for an interview with myself and Fleischmann which should be out in June when this book comes outEDIT Here it is

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Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through

Th through uestions of love and loss violence and rejuvenation gender and sexuality From the back porches of Buffalo to the galleries of New York and LA to farmhouses of rural Tennessee the artworks act as still. I know it s not that simple tit for tap but I don t want to give any of my touch to language I just want language to generate touch A book about Felix Gonzalez Torres ice and sex but also coming into one s body and how or why to live and love uninscribed as a writer I read this out loud to a lover in two three hour stretches over two days It s tender agile and smart and I didn t want it to end

review ó eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò T Fleischmann

Points sites for reflection situated in lived experience Fleischmann combines serious engagement with warmth and clarity of prose reveling in the experiences and pleasures of art and the body identity and communi. A beautiful punk book that explores a lot of weird trans feelings without knocking too many of them down I feel glad that Fleischmann s editors trusted this book to be itself and didn t try to argue the author out of the very necessary digressions and pauses