A Fucked Up Life In Books by BookCunt

By BookCunt

The main fucked up memoir you’ll ever read.

A foul-mouthed memoir a few dysfunctional life.

Each bankruptcy recounts a key second within the author’s lifestyles throughout the books she used to be examining on the time including:

• Howard’s finish, the one textual content she had learn when carrying out sexual intercourse.
• the key Diary of Adrian Mole, which she had in her bag whereas on vacation in Tangier whilst a marketplace dealer provided her to shop for her from her mom for 30 camels.
• Angela’s Ashes, her selected analyzing fabric in the course of her breast relief surgery.
• Wild Swans, the publication she learn the day she determined to don't have anything extra to do along with her mother.

It is humorous, it truly is surprising, it truly is heartbreaking, it's very impolite and it's completely unforgettable.

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Then the thronged book party, with the inevitable people wearing black—it looked like the cheeriest possible wake—and David stood in the hallway near the lavatories, while people with stars in their eyes came to shake his hand, congratulate him, just stand close tilting drinks and look at him—he was pumping out glamour like a reactor. I watched him closely. I couldn’t imagine what he felt. This was more than it would ever have occurred to me to ask the world for. No, this was precisely the request I’d trained myself to stop making.

David thought books existed to stop you from feeling lonely. He’d come by this idea talking to Jonathan Franzen. Franzen said a sad, moving thing to me. He said losing David had been like watching a science fiction movie, when a small figure gets sucked out of the airlock. An abrupt, absolute, quiet disappearance. ” I don’t think the fact that David would be dead twelve years later changes what this meant to me. John Updike—and you’re about to watch or have watched already us argue like crazy about John Updike—once wrote that temporariness, the nature of things being provisional, shouldn’t disqualify them.

Happens to Aerosmith. But maybe not to Abba Eban. Shyness and arrogance often go hand in hand, I think. It’s more just, I can’t stand to look like I’m actively trading on this sexually. Even though of course that’s—I would be happy to do that. Betrayal of your work self to do that? Uhhhh, Let’s see … Did you think this would happen? No, but I had this fantasy. I had all these fantasies about … It’s so weird, ’cause most of the fame stuff dudn’t matter to me. ” Um, yeah. It would be a betrayal of the work self and you’re right.

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