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"The Soul of A Fool is Clad in Gold," she said. by Cathy Gayhardt
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There are recurring images in all 3 of the Gayhardt bks I have. This has a worn Kennedy matchpack atop a dapper cartoon figure that'd had Cathy's head atop it in a different bk. These drawings are probably my favorites of the ones I have of hers - mainly b/c I like rubbings, rubbings of slide-holders & coins combined w/ the Kandinskyesque lines. The central poem begins:

"I aspire to inspire
Do not acquire
Do not retire
Do not require
Do attire"
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June 3, 2008 – Shelved
June 3, 2008 – Shelved as: artists-books

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