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Just Kids

by Patti Smith

Just Kids by Patti Smith
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  • Published in USA  Jan 2010
    304 pages
    Genre: Biographies/Memoirs

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ME Hayes

Like reading someone's diary
The very personal account of Patti Smith's relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe is revealed. She recounts their life in NYC in the 60's with many of the avant garde players, some of which were yet to be discovered. They were bohemian artists who lived a somewhat risky life style, as they evolved and successfully worked their craft with complete dedication to each other. It is real.
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