Bad Girls: 26 Writers Misbehave
- Publish Date: 2008-07-17
- Binding: Paperback
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Makes for seriously sexy (and smart) summer reading.ElleI behave badly to set myself apart. To test myself. To push myself. To prove something. To shock someone. ... I behave badly because I can. Thats how Ellen Sussman describes her mischievous endeavors. In this anthology of personal essays, shes invited twenty-five other bad girl writers to share their stories. Ann Hood lies; Mary Roach confesses. Erica Jong, the original bad girl, challenges her own claim to that fame. Caroline Leavitt marries and cheats. These pages bristle with danger. The writers dig deepbad behavior lies in their souls. And what they bring to the surface reveals telling truths about our psyches and our society.
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