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Great Food, All Day Long by Maya Angelou
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The Vessel by Taylor Stevens
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A Widow for One Year by John Irving
A Widow for One Year
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The blurb on the back of my book reads: 'Richly comic, as well as deeply disturbing A Widow for One Year is a multilayered love story of astonishing emotional force. Both ribald and erotic, it is also a brilliant novel about the passage of time and t ...more
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The Catch by Taylor Stevens
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The Robber Bride by Margaret Atwood
The Robber Bride
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A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner
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The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood
The Edible Woman
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The Metamorphosis and Other Stories by Franz Kafka
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Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
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Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A. Milne
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Taylor Stevens
“This doll-guy situation is an extreme of what I deal with in everyday life, where men believe that what they want I want, and they project that on to me and then blame me, curse me, when I don’t respond the way they’ve fantasized, like it’s some personal attack on them, like they’re entitled to something. Doll guy and dog guy and rape guy, the dangerous ones, they just go a step further and take it anyway. Then they blame you and the way you look for what they did. What’s worse is that a lot of the time, society blames you, too.”
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“But people like the doll guy who sells women and the dog guy who buys women, and other guys who, say, rape women, or maybe don’t go as far as violent rape but treat women like objects instead of people—sure, there’s a difference in the level of crime, but it’s all the same thing, where women become a canvas for throwing emotional baggage, Jackson Pollock style.”
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