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Apparently I Know Who Satan is : My Fight Against Maurity and Other Irritating Social Norms {FIRST EDITION}

Ford, Sara J. {Essays By}

ISBN 10: 1596636289 / ISBN 13: 9781596636286
Published by Seaboard Press, 2009
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"APPARENTLY I KNOW WHO SATAN IS: MY FIGHT AGAINST MATURITY AND OTHER IRRITATING SOCIAL NORMS is a collection of humorous essays based on mthye belief that the gap between appearance and reality is mwide at least in part because we so rarely choose our costumes wisely, if we get to choose them at all." This book has 156 pages. The book is a SIGNED copy from the author, Sara J. Ford. Bookseller Inventory # 054089

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Title: Apparently I Know Who Satan is : My Fight ...

Publisher: Seaboard Press

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Pictorial Softcover

Book Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Edition

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'Apparently I Know Who Satan Is: My Fight Against Maturity and Other Irritating Social Norms' is a collection of humorous essays based on the belief that the gap between appearance and reality is wide at least in part because we so rarely choose our costumes wisely, if we get to choose them at all. Early stories in the collection illustrate how growing up as a girl can have a lot less to do with the trademark fascination with boys than with delusion, irreverence, and downright idiocy. Whether focused on the author's life as a lefty in the South or as a lesbian parent and teacher in the North, the rest of the stories demonstrate irrefutably that once we've finally learned the hard lessons of adolescence, we grow up to find that life is every bit as strange as we were originally led to believe. FROM THE BOOK: 'The matter of which city to pick and live in was resolved in a single night with a cover story, an atlas, and a lot of beer. In a random magazine we found a list of the ten best cities to live in,based on whose standards we had no idea-they could have been the best cities for small dog owners, or for people living in nursing homes. Not caring a whit where the list came from, we located these cities on the atlas, and considered our desire to go far away from where we were sitting at the time ...

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