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White Girls Paperback – August 5, 2014
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TRISTES TROPIQUES: For over three decades Al's had a close friendship with Sir or Lady (SL) who he met in 1982. SL was a graphic designer, photographer/film maker, the man he loved in friendship, emulated, accepted/understood. Al's identified with "twin-ship", his brother, the first Hilton was stillborn, he was raised by his single mother and had 4 sisters who dressed like the (1980's pop girl group) "Pointer Sister's".
After months of being away, SL would return, resuming their friendship. The white women that SL had romantic relationships, predictably got to know Al's: calling him, or hiring him to freelance/write for them, so they could critique/bash him; with jealousies over his close relationship with SL. Al's would host nice parties and they would arrive to make a scene, out of passion for SL. This played out in the same re-occurring pattern.Read more ›
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Als is a critic for the New Yorker, but that's barely relevant to White Girls, even if it includes some of his more traditional criticism. Read morePublished 29 days ago by D.S. Cahr
Def interesting and even funny at times, but everyone should read it to really understand more about many lives and how we are all a little the same and a little different. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Had to read this for Honors English 1 College class. This book is confusing with the author just running on and on about a bunch of crap that makes absolutely no sense. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Coleman
This book was interesting, for a brief moment. Honestly, the first quarter of the book was written very poorly(it was hard to follow along).Published 8 months ago by Tin Wong