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#08387

Aunt Maud's Scrapbook

Artist
Sydney Hermant
Price
$30.00
Date
2006
Publisher
ECI Press
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
19 × 25.4 cm
Length
Description

Aunt Maud is a tertiary character from Vladimir Nabokov’s 1962 novel, Pale Fire. Little is known about Aunt Maud, she is described as a mediocre painter and scrapbook artist. Sydney Hermant creates a new life for this fictitious character by making Aunt Maud‘s Scrapbook in the form of an artist book. Hermant takes us on a fractured reimagining of the life of Aunt Maud that winds through the Luddite Rebellion, oil crises in the Middle East, and a full-on Merman formal ball.

  1. Aunt Maud’s Scrapbook
 

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