Category Archives: Memoir

Nickel and Dimed, by Barbara Ehrenreich: 2/5

Good for: People who have never worked a cruddy job, nor known anyone who has, because behind how annoying Ehrenreich is there is an important …

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Bossypants, by Tina Fey: 4/5

Good for: Anyone looking for a laugh! This is not a deep, introspective memoir. Tina Fey isn’t baring …

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The Long Run, by Matt Long with Charles Butler: 3/5

Good for: Someone in need of inspiration—whether to get through a personal struggle or …

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The Two Kinds of Decay, by Sarah Manguso: 2/5

Good for: People who like tales of painful adolescence, I suppose. I did not greatly enjoy this story; it didn’t tell me why I should …

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