Celebrated for her award-winning political columns, criticism, and poetry, Katha Pollitt offers something new in this poignant, hilarious, and sometimes outrageous collection of stories drawn from her own life.
With deep feeling and sharp insight, she writes about love, sex, betrayal, heartbreak, and much more: what she learned about her parents from reading their FBI files, the joy and loneliness of new motherhood, the curious mental effects of a post-college stint proofreading pornographic novels, and the decline and fall of practically everything, including herself. Unafraid to say what others only think and acknowledge what others won’t admit, Katha Pollitt surprises and entertains from prologue to the end.
What disappointed you about Learning to Drive?
No plot, the narrative sounded like an endless complains of a dumped gal
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What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment, at some point just couldn't go on listening and deleted it right away
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