Without A Net The Female Experience Of Growing Up Working Class

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The Female Experience of Growing Up Working Class Michelle Tea. believe this
was news, a big hit, a bestseller. Duh, I thought, again and again, leafing through
the book. Of course minimum-wage work is bone- crushing drudgery, difficult to
live on, even more difficult to get out of. Why did it take a middle-class woman on
a well-paid slumming vacation to break this news to the world? Where are the
voices of the poor people who don't get to leave these lives when the story is ...

Reference User Services Quarterly

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Another entry in the Seal Press Live Girls Series, Without a Net does not purport
to be about feminism per se, but it is itself an expression of third- wave feminism.
Organized around class, this anthology includes writers of various sexualities
and racial and cultural backgrounds. It also includes several writers already
published in other third-wave anthologies, proving its rightful third-wave lineage
and adding a much-needed class analysis to this body of work. Tara Hardy's
essay "Dirty ...


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Publisher: A K PressDistribution
ISBN: 9781904859772
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Revolution. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 2006. Steffen, Alex.
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2006. Tea, Michelle, ed. Without a Net: The Female Experience of Growing Up
Working Class (Live Girls). Emeryville, CA: Seal Press, 2004. Terranova, Tiziana.
Network Culture: Politics for the Information Age. London: Pluto Press, 2004.
Theriault, Reg.

The Believer Book Of Writers Talking To Writers

Author: Vendela Vida
Publisher: McSweeneys Books
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Zadie Smith was born in northwest London in 1975, and continues to live in the
area. Her first novel, White Teeth, was the ... Her edited anthologies include the
collection Without a Net: The Female Experience of Growing Up Working Class.
She is a curator of literary events and performance tours, most famously the all-
girl road riot Sister Spit, and San Francisco's Radar Reading Series, featuring
underground performance and homemade cookies. In 2006 MacAdam/Cage will
publish ...


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By Rachel Pepper Miriam Kaufman, Cory Silverberg and Fran Odette The
Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability: For All of Us Who Live With Disabilities,
Chronic Pain and Illness Cleis Press $1 6.95 This book, a complete sex guide for
people who live ... Michelle Tea, Ed. Without a Net: The Female Experience of
Growing Up Working Class Seal Press $14.95 Edited by the award-winning
writer Michelle Tea, □ author of the f best-selling novels Valencia and The
Chelsea Whistle, this ...

Z Magazine

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For the most part, these stories are by women who got out of poverty to some
extent or at least survived, often in large part due to their writing, though many still
live on a shoestring. A week ... He has the arrogance to inform her that "There's
not really a huge market for poor people," and to follow up with "How did you get
a book deal?" Dorothy ... These women prove over and over what Michelle Tea
says in her introduction: "Girls who grow up working class grow up tough and

Are We Feeling Better Yet

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Not you? No matter. The reach of this book is wide. The stories told within it will touch any one of us who has experienced some struggle in the act of staying alive.

The Woman S Journal

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That Communism in Russia, however, is there to stay is the conviction that comes
from her description of the way it is being bred in the bone of Russian children.
The Soviet government has taken the place with them that home and parents
take with the children of the Western world. From their earliest years they are
taught to revere and obey the Soviet state, to idealize the worker, to look down on
everything not belonging to the working class. A generation is growing up which
believes ...

Ein Baum W Chst In Brooklyn

Author: Betty Smith
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
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Es ist ein Erfolg, der mit der Nominierung zum Pulitzerpreis 1944 beginnt und bis heute anhält: Seit über siebzig Jahren findet und verzaubert Ein Baum wächst in Brooklyn weltweit neue Leserinnen und Leser.