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Sedariss career is closely linked with two things: audio (he was discovered by NPRs Ira Glass), and the personal lives of himself and his family. In Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, he describes fights with his boyfriend, and his sister-in-laws difficult pregnancy. When sister Lisa complains about the stories involving the family, he writes about that, too. Sedaris's latest provides more evidence that he is a great humorist, memoirist and raconteur, and readers are lucky to have the opportunity to know him so well. Perhaps they are luckier still not to know him personally. --Leah Weathersby --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I bought this book to review for an Article and Essay Techniques course I took for school after it was highly suggested by my professor. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Lauren Hundt
This is the first David Sedaris book I have read. I think he is a talented writer, but I think this is an uneven collection of autobiographical essays. At his best, Mr. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Charles - Music Lover
I know some humans who are ten-year-olds trapped in mature bodies. Yes David you are a humorist but I have a weak stomach.Published 1 month ago by Grace K. Miller
From the moment I picked up my first David Sedaris book (Naked) I was hooked. I binged on Sedaris books like you do on a great Netflix show and eventually there weren't any more... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jenni C.
Get ready to laugh! Unless, of course, you have no sense of irony. Then you just won't get it but you'll be fine.Published 3 months ago by Skillsharpener
Light reading filling space... Enjoyable as if written by an older writer. Sedaris is not trying too hard which adds to the charm of this book.Published 3 months ago by issy
Some stories I greatly preferred to others, but that must be the norm. I didn't love it as much a Me Talk Pretty... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joyce O'Brien