The First Bad Man by Miranda July. This book can't be neatly summarized. A heart breaking bisexual love story?  Yes. A maternal ode?  Yes. A hilarious modern satire?  Yes. Bizarre. Beautiful.  Moments of laugh out loud funny. And so much more. Read March 2015.

The Daily Texture Of Life Becomes Art In 'The First Bad Man'

book auction - To promote her new (and first) novel, Miranda July is having a book auction featuring items mentioned in The First Bad Man. Given the book, as Fas.

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The First Bad Man: A Novel by Miranda July (Scribner; published Miranda July had me at globus hystericus. Her debut novel The First Bad Man is not

27 Of The Most Exciting New Books Of 2015 The First Bad Man is the debut novel by Miranda July, author of the best-selling short story collection No One Belongs Here More Than You. In The First Bad Man, Cheryl is an eccentric woman who lives alone, but when her bosses’ daughter moves into her house temporarily, she is forced to face reality and unexpectedly finds love.

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The Daily Texture Of Life Becomes Art In 'The First Bad Man'

The First Bad Man

The Daily Texture Of Life Becomes Art In 'The First Bad Man'

The First Bad Man by Miranda July - A haunted woman’s reclusively ordered world is thrown into chaos by a houseguest who bullies her into reality and brings love into her life. Recommended by: Jean Simpson, Readers' Services Librarian.

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Miranda July’s The First Bad Man is the first great novel of 2015

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The First Bad Man by Miranda July

The First Bad Man by Miranda July review – strenuously quirky

When a creative man divides the critics he is called ‘surreal’ or even a ‘genius’, while a woman is denigrated with the label ‘quirky’ – and that kicks the legs out from under us. This is a fantastic piece by Why are creative women dismissed as ‘quirky’?

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