Kraus’s memoir of game change gradually becomes familiar, about a woman pursuing a man. Over time, however, I Love Dick changed shape, as Kraus’s emotional fixation itself became an intellectual fascination, a work of art and a beautiful creation.
She became confident with the ability to be a writer and artist, indifferent to her emotions, as wild and wild as it was. The beautiful part of the language, a forerunner of a lucid and difficult woman like Lena Dunham and Sheila Heti, was one of the writers fighting for women’s rights to read and they were very popular. – Priscilla Frank, Arts and Culture Writer.