I’m not sure I agree with King’s definitions of “perfect” and “good”. I was also a girl when “Josie and the Pussycats” came out, and I remember it being pretty bad. The guy she dated in high school was even worse, and I’m not sure he even fits her definition of “perfect”. However, ignoring the application of these terms, she also seems to be turning away from the usual way we use them. In my opinion, a “perfect” work of art is safe, achieving all the intended themes and defending itself against criticism. A good work of art has to be interesting, have flaws and all. In this sense, the good often speaks to us best when the perfect rejects our attention, wishing to make it our own. That’s why I’ll always love a singer-songwriter with an inspiring, imperfect voice over a flawless pop star, or a novelist who is a better prose stylist than a movie author. best selling horror. By that definition, King has written a pretty good book.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/celebrating-flawed-perfection-in-pop-culture-and-relationships/2021/12/22/868528e2-5c21-11ec-bda6-25c1f558dd09_story.html Tacky Book Review: Love Letters To The Worst Culture We Have To Offer By Rax King
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