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Welcome to the Dollhouse

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Welcome to the Dollhouse is a stark suburban comedy about eleven-year-old Dawn Wiener, a middle child in middle school in the middle of New Jersey. Sometimes hated, often reviled, seldom understood, Dawn tries in vain to put on a happy face as she struggles through the onset of what looks to be a long puberty. Life is generally grim, and sometimes it only gets grimmer. Ne
Paperback, 87 pages
Published November 18th 1996 by Faber & Faber (first published August 29th 1996)
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Painful, awkward, funny portrait of growing up as an outsider in a suburban family.
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