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This book presents a portrait of two young artist's ascent - Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe, 'Just Kids' begins as a love story and ends as an elegy. It intends to serve as a salute to New York City during the late sixties and seventies and to its rich and poor, its hustlers and hellions.

Author Patti Smith

Pages 288

Publisher A&C Black

Published Date 2011-01-04

ISBN 0747568766 9780747568766

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heyjoelle shared a tip "I’m a huge Patti Smith fan but I think she’s going to become more famous as an author than a musician."

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gayle_kuhn shared a tip "Yes it wrapped things up for me."

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michele_lussier shared a tip "Heart-achingly beautiful."

nicola_9782 shared a tip "It's one of best and most well written books I've read in years!"

nicola_9782 shared a tip "Really good read. Do ittt"

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ashley_beeton shared a tip "This book is a masterpiece that will surely make you cry"

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juli-anne_sabino shared a tip "Steinbeck and Hemingway"

thomas_linn shared a tip "My favorite profound book about being an artist and living the art life, finding the beauty within squalor."

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