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Jane's Bad Hare Day

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"One day short of the fourth official annual observance of a divorce (the husband insisted, the wife resisted, the husband filed first, the wife filed under duress), what woman wouldn't be unusually out of sorts?" But the last thing Jane Samuels expects is to be clobbered on the head by a six-foot hare in midtown Manhattan.

Like a 1990s Alice, Jane pursues her rabbit throug
Hardcover, 248 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by Dalkey Archive Press
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MJ Nicholls
This is the closest we will ever get to a high-brow, experimental version of Sex & the City.

It’s set in the Big Thrapple and focuses on one woman’s (Jane’s) adventures: being pleasured by retroussé noses, purchasing shoes, being filed on first (divorce victim), trying to stop her father fucking drains and her mother fucking walls, groping the lift operator, teaching her best friend how to pleasure men, and having more random nose sex.

The end result is tiresome screwball farce written in the
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