How To Get Along With Women

How To Get Along With Women
Language: 
ISBN10: 
1926743261
ISBN13: 
9781926743264
Pages: 
192
Published: 
October 1st 2012 by Invisible Publishing
Rating: 
3.44

A sharply original debut collection, How To Get Along With Women showcases Elisabeth de Mariaffi''s keen eye and inventive voice. Infused with a close and present danger, these stories tighten the knot around power, identity, and sexuality, and draw the reader into the pivotal moments where - for better or for worse - we see ourselves for what we truly are.

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