"Mass-market paperback outing for the most talked about book of 2006: 'an addictive, enthralling read' (Viv Groskop, Observer) * 'Intelligent, articulate and perceptive... one of the most sympathetic renderings of masculinity you're likely to read.' Lionel Shriver, The Guardian * 'Funny, compelling and human' The Times * 'This captivating account will forever change the way you see men - and perhaps yourself' Marie Claire * 'Thoughtful, entertaining...fascinating' New York Times Book Review 'Beautifully written... a brave and fascinating book.' Christopher Hart, Sunday Times"Reseña del editor:
Norah Vincent's witty and compulsively readable memoir tells how she dated women, joined a bowling league, visited strip bars, retreated to a monastery, got a job in sales and even infiltrated a men's therapy group. Norah did not predict how crucial the relationships Ned forged would be and how the burden of being an impostor would became almost too much to bear. The result is a constantly surprising and humane account of what it is to be a man - and a woman - in the modern world.
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Descripción Atlantic Books 2006 Paperback, 2006. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Norah Vincent really did date women as a guy named Ned, retreat to a monastery, infiltrate a men's therapy group, get a job in a testosterone-fuelled office and join a bowling league where, even as the worst player on her team, the other fellows still slapped her on the back, offered tips, and promised she'd get a handle on it one of these days. Her score never did improve. They just thought Ned was hopeless at bowling. They never thought she was a girl. In Self Made Man, an intrepid female journalist goes where no woman has ever dared. The result is an astonishingly sympathetic picture of the male world and how men behave when women aren't around. The ultimate impostor's story, Self Made Man is an enlightening and humane read, as courageous as it is outrageous. 288 pages. Nº de ref. de la librería 582520