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Sarah Palins Book Going Rogue: An American Life As Installation Art Nigel Tomm (Not An Autobiography Or Memoir) by Nigel Tomm

Sarah Palins Book Going Rogue: An American Life As Installation Art

Nigel Tomm (Not An Autobiography Or Memoir) by Nigel Tomm

Published November 11th 2009
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 About the Book 

As the title says this is not a book by Sarah Palin. To be completely honest - this is not Nigel Tomms book either. It is a drama Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen (premiered in 1891) with a difference that the names of the main characters areMoreAs the title says this is not a book by Sarah Palin. To be completely honest - this is not Nigel Tomms book either. It is a drama Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen (premiered in 1891) with a difference that the names of the main characters are interchanged with those from Sarah Palins bio, i.e., Hedda Gabler now is Sarah Palin and George Tesman is Todd Palin (her husband). Wikipedia says: The character of Hedda is considered by some critics as one of the great dramatic roles in theatre, the female Hamlet, and some portrayals have been very controversial. Depending on the interpretation, Hedda may be portrayed as an idealistic heroine fighting society, a victim of circumstance, a prototypical feminist, or a manipulative villain. Can we call her Sarah Palin? The answer is up to you. The author of the book, Nigel Tomm calls it a textual installation art where such phenomenon as authorship, perception, cognition and law are being questioned. The book also questions the role of the author and its significance in todays mashup world.