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Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris

Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim – David Sedaris

Intro If you’ve been following this blog closely, you will realize that I picked this up right after finishing Me Talk Pretty One Day. I have this habit of fangirling over stuff that got me. A victim of this habit is Sedaris. Or maybe I am the victim? Either way, the fangirling usually doesn’t last. It rarely lasts. Thus said, this is the last Sedaris book that I read. Why is that? First, I got caught up with other books. Second, his books aren’t always available at second-hand book stores, so if I really want to collect his works, I would have to buy them at regular price. And for the third reason, I’ll think about it while I hack away on my keyboard. The Rhapsody Like my previous Sedaris read, this one is just as funny. Only this time, the collection of essays leans toward his family. It’s almost like looking at his family album. At first glimpse, you might describe the Sedaris household as dysfunctional. But dysfunctional is good. Normal doesn’t work well nowadays. I like the picture …