Using Kindle e-ink display with Arduino

Hi all,
I'm new of this community and new to Arduino in general, but I'm learning fast.
I know that this is a repeated and old question but I haven't found a clear answer to this problem so I try to ask again.
Since the "Arduino compatible" e-ink displays are small and expensive, is there any way to exploit the "affordable" kindle extracted display and use it with Arduino?
Are there any shields able to connect the two worlds?
Thank you in advance.

is there any way to exploit the "affordable" kindle extracted display and use it with Arduino?

There always is a way to do it. However, unless you can find information from someone else who has done it, it will be very difficult to make it usable.

Good Luck,

-- DH