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Patti Smith - Early ​Work
Collected ​here are selections from Patti Smith's writings over the decade in which she made a lasting impact on America's underground literary and rock scene. Smith's work evokes the experimentation and the desire to break boundaries of those pre-punk days. Over one-quarter of the works selected are unpublished pieces from journals, performances, and Smith's personal papers. Heavily illustrated with photographs by Judy Linn, Robert Mapplethorpe, Edward Maxey, and others, Early Work brings together all sides of Patti Smith, from the thoughtful intellectual to the explosive performer.

Patti Smith - Complete ​1975-2006
The ​only definitive collection of Patti Smith's whole catalogue From her legendary album Horses to her most recent releases, Gung Ho and Land 1975 - 2002, this book charts the lyrical journey of a poet and musician whose words have influenced a generation. Illustrated with around 150 photographs as well as original artwork, 'Patti Smith Complete' includes previously unpublished work by renowned photographers documenting close to three decades of creative development. 'Complete' also includes artwork and mementoes from the author's archive and personal reflections drawn from her extensive journals, a record of the time when Rock and Roll made an indelible mark on the world.

Patti Smith - Auguries ​of Innocence
Auguries ​of Innocence is the first book of poetry from Patti Smith in more than a decade. It marks a major accomplishment from a poet and performer who has inscribed her vision of our world in powerful anthems, ballads, and lyrics. In this intimate and searing collection of poems, Smith joins in that great tradition of troubadours, journeymen, wordsmiths, and artists who respond to the world around them in fresh and original language. Her influences are eclectic and striking: Blake, Rimbaud, Picasso, Arbus, and Johnny Appleseed. Smith is an American original; her poems are oracles for our times.

Patti Smith - M ​Train
From ​the National Book Award-winning author of Just Kids: an unforgettable odyssey into the mind of this legendary artist, told through the prism of cafés and haunts she has visited and worked in around the world. _M Train_ is a journey through eighteen "stations." It begins in the tiny Greenwich Village café where Smith goes every morning for black coffee, ruminates on the world as it is and the world as it was, and writes in her notebook. We then travel, through prose that shifts fluidly between dreams and reality, past and present, across a landscape of creative aspirations and inspirations: from Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul in Mexico, to a meeting of an Arctic explorer's society in Berlin; from the ramshackle seaside bungalow in New York's Far Rockaway that Smith buys just before Hurricane Sandy hits, to the graves of Genet, Plath, Rimbaud, and Mishima. Woven throughout are reflections on the writer's craft and on artistic creation, alongside signature memories including her life in Michigan with her husband, guitarist Fred Sonic Smith, whose untimely death was an irremediable loss. For it is loss, as well as the consolation we might salvage from it, that lies at the heart of this exquisitely told memoir, one augmented by stunning black-and-white Polaroids taken by Smith herself. M Train is a meditation on endings and on beginnings: a poetic tour de force by one of the most brilliant multiplatform artists at work today.

Patti Smith - Just ​Kids
In ​Just Kids, Patti Smith’s first book of prose, the legendary American artist offers a never-before-seen glimpse of her remarkable relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the epochal days of New York City and the Chelsea Hotel in the late sixties and seventies. An honest and moving story of youth and friendship, Smith brings the same unique, lyrical quality to Just Kids as she has to the rest of her formidable body of work—from her influential 1975 album Horses to her visual art and poetry.

Patti Smith - Kölykök
,,Mindketten ​Robert lelkéért imádkoztunk, ő eladni akarta, én megmenteni." Patti Smith - a könnyűzene és a költészet találkozási pontjait kereső legendás énekes-dalszerző - fiatalkorának és egy elveszett generációnak állít emléket Kölykök című könyvében. A visszaemlékezés főszereplője egy egész életen át visszhangzó szerelem: ám Robert Mapplethorpe, a később világhírű fotóművész még ugyanúgy csak keresi az útját a kötet lapjain, mint Patti Smith, a punk leendő keresztanyja. Történetük mögött ott lüktet a késő hatvanas és hetvenes évek Amerikája, New York excentrikus művészvilága, feltűnik Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol, Janis Joplin vagy Jimi Hendrix is. A Kölykök 2010-ben elnyerte az amerikai National Book Awardot.

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