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Zipper Mouth

Laurie Weeks

Publication Year: 2011

In this extraordinary debut novel, Laurie Weeks captures the freedom and longing of life on the edge in New York City. Ranting letters to Judy Davis and Sylvia Plath, an unrequited fixation on a straight best friend, exalted nightclub epiphanies, devastating morning-after hangovers, Zipper Mouth chronicles the exuberance and mortification of a junkie, and transcends the chaos of everyday life.

Published by: The Feminist Press


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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Movie: Of Human Bondage

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pp. 9-164

I decided I was in love with this girl and I couldn’t eat, couldn’t sleep. I smoked cigarettes and lay on the bed. I wanted her to drop by in the afternoon for a nap. . . .

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pp. 165-165

This slender volume took a village of family and friends, elite medical professionals, CIA remote viewers, spiritual advisors, and Navy Seals to keep me on track as . . .

E-ISBN-13: 9781558617551
Print-ISBN-13: 1547895642315

Page Count: 160
Publication Year: 2011

Edition: First Edition

OCLC Number: 826442834
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