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The twenty odd characters tragixa this book Oyster Boy and two other characters appear twice are children who inspire sympathy not so much for their grotesque abnormalities as for the simple ways they get to accept and cope with them. This whole book was written and illustrated by Tim Burton who is one of my favourite artists and I was very intrigued when I stumbled across this on Amazon.

The Girl Who Turned into a Bed, well! From breathtaking stop-action animation to bittersweet modern fairy tales, filmmaker Tim Burton has become known for his unique visual brilliance — witty and macabre at once.

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Want to Read saving…. It’s a good balance I guess, my favourite one being the ‘Toxic Boy’ poem. Jan 22, Robert Beveridge rated it liked it Shelves: It did quite literally; he burned up quick. It is also rather emotional, brings out such intense feelings.

This book is full of mad ideas and sometimes disturbing themes, but overall these poems are easy to read, enjoyable and enhanced by the wonderful illustrations provided ttagica Tim Burton. Apr 14, Ema rated it really liked it Shelves: If you’re going to read about a boy with nails in his eyes, it is nice to see a detailed picture of that, right?

One almost gets the idea Burton was going for a place as the anti-Dr. This is me now, loving my book and loving Tim Burton even more: Even then dream some more, just to spite them, just for the heck of it.

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The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories

I felt a need to clear rel voices of Mrs. The characteristic Burton mixture of darkness and uncomfortable tenderness. If you’re not, you’re probably going to notice the faults and not find what lies beneath them.

But I like it when I am surprised. Whoever thought that you could die from breathing outdoor air?

Don’t let utterly Empty People take all that away from you. Tim Burton’s stories have always been about the lonely hearts, the misfits, about isolation. His face went deathly pale and his body began to harden. Refresh and try again. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Is it devious of me to enjoy all this weird craziness and all this misery?


Even conceding the idea that Burton is using Gerard Manley Hopkins-esque sprung rhythm which he’s not, because sprung rhythm does, at least, HAVE a rhythmthe implementation is so amateurish that it’s impossible despite the rhymes to call this anything resembling poetry.

Dalloway from my mind. Im not proud but i laughed with the most of the stories, is it something wrong with me? Stain Boy again, haha. Trivia About The Melancholy De His very favorite toy was a can of aerosol spray; he’d sit quietly and shake it, and spray it all the day.

Of course, as soon as I realized that I had to have this book, another realization hit bullseye: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.