lindsvydhludhlu

Lindsay Dhludhlu Dhludhlu itibaren Enning, SD, Birleşik Devletler itibaren Enning, SD, Birleşik Devletler

Okuyucu Lindsay Dhludhlu Dhludhlu itibaren Enning, SD, Birleşik Devletler

Lindsay Dhludhlu Dhludhlu itibaren Enning, SD, Birleşik Devletler

lindsvydhludhlu

Sittenfeld has done it again. Everything I loved about Prep, from its wit to its cynicism, was present in The Man of My Dreams. The novel focuses on the life of Hannah Gavener, from her parents' separation and divorce in 1991, through college, until 2005. From the get-go, Hannah feels as though she's somewhat of a celebrity expert on love, as she follows Julia Roberts' engagement to Kiefer Sutherland. Just as that falls apart, she watches her father kick her mother, sister, and herself out of the house, and the effects it has on the family. Fast-forward to college: Hannah is at Tufts, trying to figure out her own social life as she reluctantly accompanies her girlfriends on their evenings out. In much the same manner, she goes about her relationships - detached and cynical. Perhaps the most important relationship in the novel - besides the one Hannah has with herself - is the one she has with her therapist, Dr. Lewin. Her therapist is one of the few who knows Hannah's one weakness: men she cannot have...

lindsvydhludhlu

An interesting look into the changes that took place at American universities in the late 80s. The author raises interesting points, though he tends to come off as somewhat dismissive of those he disagrees with and seems to really want to show the reader how much smarter he is than some of the professors he interviews. Despite that the book does a good job of showing the changes that were occuring and suggests some of the dangers that they might lead to.