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Synopsis:

A gritty, revelatory portrait of twenty something life in the modern urban jungle, Some Girls Do depicts a group of tough, independent, and sexual young women. Lily, Jezebel, Hannah, Carrotgirl, Em, and Blue are not yet ready to commit to careers — or anything else. In sharp yet poetic prose that captures the rhythm of the streets, Teresa McWhirter offers an acute yet surprisingly tender glance into the urban underbelly and the lives and dreams of the seemingly ambitionless generation of young people who inhabit it.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781551924595
Publisher:
Raincoast Books, Polestar
Location:
Vancouver
Author:
McWhirter, Teresa
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
FICTION / Literary
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
no. 1
Publication Date:
20040617
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
152
Dimensions:
800x525

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A gritty, revelatory portrait of twenty something life in the modern urban jungle, Some Girls Do depicts a group of tough, independent, and sexual young women. Lily, Jezebel, Hannah, Carrotgirl, Em, and Blue are not yet ready to commit to careers — or anything else. In sharp yet poetic prose that captures the rhythm of the streets, Teresa McWhirter offers an acute yet surprisingly tender glance into the urban underbelly and the lives and dreams of the seemingly ambitionless generation of young people who inhabit it.
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