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Book Information: Self-Help

Self-Help (1985) [Collection]
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Summary (From the publisher):

In these tales of loss and pleasure, lovers and family, a woman learns to conduct an affair, a child of divorce dances with her mother, and a woman with a terminal illness contemplates her exit.

Contents:
  • How to Be an Other Woman
  • What Is Seized
  • The Kid's Guide to Divorce
  • How to Talk to Your Mother
  • Go Like This
  • Amahl and the Night Visitors
  • How to Become a Writer
  • To Fill

Original title: Self-Help
Original languages: English

Quotes:

Genre: FictionGeneral Fiction
FictionGeneral FictionHumor


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Edition #1: Self-Help

Self-Help (1985)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "A wry, crackly voice...Fine, funny, and very moving pictures of contemporary life from a writer of enormous talent." The New York Times
  • "Brisk, ironic...scalpel-sharp...A funny, cohesive, and moving collection of stories." The New York Times Book Review
  • "Sharp, flicking, on-target...the work of a sorcerer apprentice. Moore casts a cruel, mischievous spell." Vanity Fair
  • "Trenchant, funny tales...Moore is much more than another chronicler of the chronically out-of-sync relations between American men and women. She writes with urgency and pace." People
  • "Astonishing...Moore is so good at trapping each moment in perfect, precise detail, so masterful at cynicism and wryness that her moments of poignancy and sweetness catch us completely off guard." San Francisco Chronicle
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Manifested in:

Self-Help (March 2007)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: New York
Publisher: Vintage Books
ISBN: 9780307277299
Dimensions: 5.32 x 7.94 x .50
Pages: 163

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