Moranifesto

Moranifesto

Book - 2016
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Caitlin Moran's amusing and engaging rallying call for the twenty-first century. Combining the best of her recent columns with brand-new pieces, Caitlin deals with topics as diverse and entertaining as 1980s swearing, benefits, boarding schools and why the Internet is just like a drunken toddler.
Publisher: Toronto : Harper Avenue, 2016.
ISBN: 9781443448451
1443448451
Characteristics: xiv, 435 pages ;,24 cm

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liljables Mar 18, 2017

I've thoroughly enjoyed all of Moran's previous books, and this is no exception. Moranifesto brings together previously published essays from Moran's regular column along with some new material, and absolutely every chapter is a gem. I did a lot of laughing out loud, but I also found myself close to tears and enraged, both on the author's behalf and on behalf of various marginalized groups. Moran writes passionately and eloquently about growing up poor/class in England; the utter danceability of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky; parenting and the trauma of miscarriage; her ardent love of David Bowie; the reality of modern sexism; and just about everything in-between.

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jazpur
May 02, 2016

Very good and most enjoyable ; perceptive comments with wit and humour.Easy to dip into with it being a collection of her columns. If you like our own Michele A*Court, this one should appeal.

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