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Witt is a poetry collection written by Patti Smith, in 1973. The Assírio e Alvim edition is a bilingual edition, starting with the translation to Portuguese and then with the original version. It contains photos and drawings.
Paperback, 43 pages
Published June 1st 1973 by Gotham Book Mart & Gallery (first published 1973)
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Catherine
A few good poems here, and a lot of really bad ones. IMO.
Matt
May 12, 2012 Matt rated it 3 of 5 stars
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Some of the poems are better than others. I like her use of language, which is evocative and sort of playfully uncomfortable.
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Patti Smith (born Patricia Lee Smith on December 30, 1946) is an American singer-songwriter and poet. She was influential in the birth of the punk rock with her 1975 debut album Horses.
Called "Godmother of Punk" she integrated the beat poetry performance style with garage rock. Her allusions introduced 19th century French poetry to American teens, while her "unladylike" language defied the disco
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