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Amazing view of an historical character, who had a huge impact on the art, feminist, and Native American worlds... Read morePublished 1 month ago by joanne blodgett
The book was riveting. I especially recommend the audio version. People who might enjoy this book are those who appreciate foreign cultures and want to know more about indigenous... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy B Baum
As a NW Native American, I liked the story and what Emily was trying to do,. The discription said and poetic phrases where over done.Published 2 months ago by loretta
Emily Carr was an artist I knew nothing about. This book introduced her in a very personal way. I have become very curious about her work and it seems like a trip to BC is in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Celia J
I was disappointed in this book. I didn't find Emily Carr a particularly sympathetic character.Published 11 months ago by Judith J McKinnon
The Forest Lover wasn't an easy read. At times it was very slow-moving and overly descriptive. However, it does relate the story of a very unique and brave individual, Emily... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nancy C. Briganti
I enjoyed this book very much. The author makes the milieu of this wonderful artist come alive. She also is skillful at creating vivid characters. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer