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Publisher Description

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

The book that launched a feminist revolution—the hilarious memoir/manifesto from Caitlin Moran, "the UK's answer to Tina Fey, Chelsea Handler, and Lena Dunham all rolled into one" (Marie Claire).

Though they have the vote and the Pill and haven't been burned as witches since 1727, life isn't exactly a stroll down the catwalk for modern women. They are beset by uncertainties and questions: Why are they supposed to get Brazilians? Why do bras hurt? Why the incessant talk about babies? And do men secretly hate them?

Caitlin Moran interweaves provocative observations on women's lives with laugh-out-loud funny scenes from her own, from the riot of adolescence to her development as a writer, wife, and mother. With rapier wit, Moran slices right to the truth—whether it's about the workplace, strip clubs, love, fat, abortion, popular entertainment, or children—to jump-start a new conversation about feminism. With humor, insight, and verve, How to Be a Woman lays bare the reasons why female rights and empowerment are essential issues not only for women today but also for society itself.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2012
July 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harper
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
2.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Mlan4 ,

A MUST Read!

I had this book passed from my gran, to mum, and then myself. She is super funny, describing her experience with coming-of-age & womanhood. I my opinion, a perfect feminist! (No man-bashing here! Quite the opposite!)

MaryLouiseElizabeth ,

How to be a woman

Horrible and boring. Having just come off some russian novels and dantes inferno, this was nauseating. I'm not sure who this woman's audience is, but certainly isn't me or any female I grew up with. I give this about a star less than fifty shades of grey.
Pathetic

the crimson dynamo ,

Absolutely wonderful

Caitlin Moran is a certifiable classic British loon and her gift for verbiage is breathtaking. I have a hard time imagining anybody not enjoying this book and getting a lot out of it.

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