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Crosley, Sloane. (Author).
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Benton County Public Library - Fowler 814.6 CRO (Text) 34044000720340 ADULT NONFICTION Available -
Brownstown Public Library - Brownstown 817 C949 (Text) 79361000028614 Adult Nonfiction - Literature & Poetry Available -
Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County - Angola 814.6 CRO (Text) 33118000140925 Adult: Nonfiction Available -
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North Madison County Elwood Public Library 814.6 CRO (Text) 30419101189674 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library 814 Crosley (Text) 31208911214817 non-fiction Available -
West Lafayette Public Library - West Lafayette 814.6 CRO (Text) 31951003652911 2nd Floor - Non-Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 9781594487590
  • ISBN: 1594487596
  • Physical Description: 274 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Riverhead Books, c2010.

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Formatted Contents Note: Show me on the doll -- Lost in space -- Take a stab at it -- It's always home you miss -- Light pollution -- If you sprinkle -- An abbreviated catalog of tongues -- Le Paris -- Off the back of a truck.
Summary, etc.: Crosley's easy, charming voice in the face of minor suffering or potential drudgery has been described as a mix between Dorothy Parker and David Sedaris. In these hilarious and insightful essays, she packs up her sensibility and takes readers with her to Paris, to Portugal (where she falls in with a group of Portuguese clowns), and to Alaska (where she discovers wearing bear bells is a matter of self-defense). Then it's back to New York, where new apartments beckon and taxi rides go awry.
Subject: American wit and humor.

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