Something for the Birds: paperback with flaps

Something for the Birds: paperback with flaps

By: Jacqueline Fahey (author)Paperback

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Description

This is an unusual and engaging memoir by a well-known artist and Auckland personality. She traces her roots from her childhood in Timaru and back to her Irish ancestors, her bohemian life as a student and her marriage to celebrated psychiatrist Fraser Macdonald. She always lived flamboyantly and courageously and her crucial position as a painter in the vanguard of feminism is clear without being made an excuse for self-importance. The book is packed with stories, often hilarious and tragic at the same time, and with constantly fizzing wit and style. It is extraordinarily lively, amusing, sad and utterly readable.

About Author

Jacqueline Fahey is the author of Cutting Loose, the organizer of New Zealand's first gender-balanced art exhibit, and the New Zealand representative to the Sydney Perspecta in 1985.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781869403553
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 214
  • ID: 9781869403553
  • ISBN10: 186940355X

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