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Notes to Self: Essays de Emilie Pine
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Notes to Self: Essays (2018 original; edició 2018)

de Emilie Pine (Autor)

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The international sensation that illuminates the experiences women are supposed to hide--from addiction, anger, sexual assault, and infertility to joy, sensuality, and love. WINNER OF THE AN POST IRISH BOOK OF THE YEAR * "Emilie Pine's voice is razor-sharp and raw; her story is utterly original yet as familiar as my own breath."--Glennon Doyle, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Love Warrior In this dazzling debut, Emilie Pine speaks to the events that have marked her life--those emotional disruptions for which our society has no adequate language, at once bittersweet, clandestine, and ordinary. She writes with radical honesty on the unspeakable grief of infertility, on caring for an alcoholic parent, on taboos around female bodies and female pain, on sexual violence and violence against the self. This is the story of one woman, and of all women. Devastating, poignant, and wise--and joyful against the odds--Notes to Self is an unforgettable exploration of what it feels like to be alive, and a daring act of rebellion against a society that is more comfortable with women's silence. Praise for Notes to Self "Notes to Self begins as a deceptively simple catalogue of the injustices of modern female life and slyly emerges as a screaming treatise on just what it means to make your own rules, turning the hand you've been dealt into the coolest game in town. Emilie Pine is like your best friend--if your best friend was so sharp she drew blood."--Lena Dunham, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Not That Kind of Girl "To read these essays is to understand the human condition more clearly, to reassess one's place in the world, and to reclaim one's own experiences as real and valid."--Sunday Independent "Harrowing, clear-eyed . . . Everyone should consider [this] priority reading."--Sunday Business Post "Incredible and insightful--an absolute must-read."--The Skinny  "Agonizing, uncompromising, starkly brilliant. . . . [A] short, gleamingly instructive book, both memoir and psychological exploration--a platform for that insistent internal voice that almost any woman . . . wishes they had ignored."--Financial Times "Do not read this book in public. It will make you cry."--Anne Enright… (més)
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Títol:Notes to Self: Essays
Autors:Emilie Pine (Autor)
Informació:Tramp Press (2018), 180 pages
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Thought this was a fantastic collection of essays that covered really meaningful topics to the modern Irish woman. ( )
  thewestwing | Aug 12, 2022 |
A quick read.

Recommended to all women and to any man that wants to educate himself about the HELL women go through.

Any man who wants to understand why 99% of the compliments they think they're giving a woman is not actually a compliment.

Any man who doesn't understand that "Don't" and "Stop" mean NO. Any man who doesn't understand what it means when a woman says she has been intimidated into silence.

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  Jinjer | Jul 19, 2021 |
A new favourite. I actually tried to read this slowly so that it wouldn’t end too soon. ( )
  RedSonja76 | Jun 26, 2021 |
Le récit d’une vie mouvementée, d’un père alcoolique, d’une jeunesse intense, du désir d’enfant, d’être femme, de rage et d’apaisement.

Un livre d’une grande profondeur aux riches enseignements porté par une franchise déroutante et salvatrice

https://www.noid.ch/notes-a-usage-personnel/ ( )
  noid.ch | Oct 24, 2020 |
wish this had ended after the first essay!!! ( )
  chloec | Jul 7, 2020 |
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The international sensation that illuminates the experiences women are supposed to hide--from addiction, anger, sexual assault, and infertility to joy, sensuality, and love. WINNER OF THE AN POST IRISH BOOK OF THE YEAR * "Emilie Pine's voice is razor-sharp and raw; her story is utterly original yet as familiar as my own breath."--Glennon Doyle, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Love Warrior In this dazzling debut, Emilie Pine speaks to the events that have marked her life--those emotional disruptions for which our society has no adequate language, at once bittersweet, clandestine, and ordinary. She writes with radical honesty on the unspeakable grief of infertility, on caring for an alcoholic parent, on taboos around female bodies and female pain, on sexual violence and violence against the self. This is the story of one woman, and of all women. Devastating, poignant, and wise--and joyful against the odds--Notes to Self is an unforgettable exploration of what it feels like to be alive, and a daring act of rebellion against a society that is more comfortable with women's silence. Praise for Notes to Self "Notes to Self begins as a deceptively simple catalogue of the injustices of modern female life and slyly emerges as a screaming treatise on just what it means to make your own rules, turning the hand you've been dealt into the coolest game in town. Emilie Pine is like your best friend--if your best friend was so sharp she drew blood."--Lena Dunham, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Not That Kind of Girl "To read these essays is to understand the human condition more clearly, to reassess one's place in the world, and to reclaim one's own experiences as real and valid."--Sunday Independent "Harrowing, clear-eyed . . . Everyone should consider [this] priority reading."--Sunday Business Post "Incredible and insightful--an absolute must-read."--The Skinny  "Agonizing, uncompromising, starkly brilliant. . . . [A] short, gleamingly instructive book, both memoir and psychological exploration--a platform for that insistent internal voice that almost any woman . . . wishes they had ignored."--Financial Times "Do not read this book in public. It will make you cry."--Anne Enright

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