Erica Jong's memoir-a national bestseller-was probably the most wildly reviewed book of 2006. Critics called it everything from qbrutally funny, q qrisqu? and wonderfully unrepentant, q and qrowdy, self-deprecating, and endearingq to qa car wreck.q* Throughout her book tour, Jong was unflappably funny, and responded to her critics with a hilarious essay on NPR's All Things Considered, which is included in this paperback edition. In addition to prominent review and feature coverage, Jong was a guest on Today and Real Time with Bill Maher. Even Rush Limbaugh flirted with Jong on his radio program: qI think she wants me. I think she's fantasizing about me.q Love her, hate her, Jong still knows how to seduce the country and, most important, keep the pages turning.She was cynical and knowing about the dada#39;s girlfriend and the moma#39;s boyfriend. She played the ... I was trying to rewrite history in the guise of a childrena#39;s story. ... When I go over to my daughtera#39;s house to play with my grandson, I find him surrounded by educational toys. ... Are we afraid these 275 SEDUCING THE DEMON.
|Title||:||Seducing the Demon|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2007-03-15|