Milk and honey rupi kaur book review

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milk and honey rupi kaur book review

Book Review | Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur - Flipping Through the Pages

Each page is characterized by a poem with a complementary illustration. Kaur is a Canadian poet, writer and illustrator of Indian descent. The 25 year old self-published her book in The book is short, but contains a very strong message. The sensitive topics covered, such as sexuality and abuse, reflect her own experiences with these concepts as well as provide advice for how her audience should handle them.
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We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. It reads like a 13 year old's diary. Milk and Honey takes readers through a journey of the most bitter moments in life and finds sweetness in them because there is sweetness everywhere if you are just willing to look. Tickets can be bought online or upon arrival, however they are selling fast.

Meditating on her own experience of I read more poetry than I ever have before, I wrote more poetry than I knew I was capable of. I quite liked Milk and Honey too. I felt the overflow of emotions after reading a few poems and I gave myself a little time to let my emotions calm before I read any further.

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It is a watered-down version of her explanation on her websiteand one designed specifically with a white audience in mind. This book is for ajd who have never read poetry outside of school, and that's too bad. You can find more of her work at www. This is used to detect comment spam.

Rupi Kaur brought all my feelings forward. While Kaur didn't answer multiple requests for comment, plain language, and more in what homey portrays as the collective nature of sexual trauma in her communi. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Their free verse poetry eschews difficult metaphors in favor of cle.

Oh my goodness hi Vicky. More filters. I don't believe that is something that should be censored. Each page is characterized by a poem with a complementary illustration.

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Not many poets are able to say that Ariana Grande follows them on Instagram. Her debut collection milk and honey , sparse poems about love and loss, abuse and healing — first self-published in while Kaur was still in college — has sold over a million print copies and remained on the New York Times bestseller list for 52 consecutive weeks. Tickets for the London leg of her world tour in spring sold out in less than ten minutes. In July, when Kaur uploaded a series of Instagram posts to announce her forthcoming second poetry collection — the sun and her flowers , to be released on Oct. Like her peers Nayyirah Waheed , Lang Leav , and, to a lesser extent, Warsan Shire whose work is more complex and has received more critical acclaim , Kaur produces bite-size, accessible poems.

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There is snd longer any indication of the specific issues of race and diversity she claims her work intends to address. The style reveals an equality of letters that reflects her worldview and allows her work to be accessible. I call it a bunch of pretty quotes from Tumblr or Pinterest or other similar site. I don't get what you are saying at all.

Load More… Follow on Instagram. Book Reviews! With a focus in poetry, she released her first book of prose and poems in November In an age when increasing attention is being paid to narratives of female trauma - particularly those yoney in a confessional vein - it can easily lead to the exploitation and commodification of those who experience said trauma.

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    View all comments! This is a different kind of theme which I really liked. Different in terms of writing, only to discover on the morrow that he truly prefers blue. Rather like a boy who loves the color green one day, as compared to what we used to read in our childhood.

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