10 edition of Surrender the pink found in the catalog.
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Coming on the heels of The Museum of Innocence, I found Surrender the Pink a bit hard to take. Carrie Fisher is a better than average wordsmith and the book is full of clever wordplays, but I found Dinah to be every bit as self-absorbed and uninteresting as the protagonist of the Pamuk opus/5.
Ok, actual review - Surrender the Pink is alright. What bothers me about it is how Dinah (the main character) accepts the less-than-stellar events of her life.
Sure, you can't write a perfect modern woman of the 21st century. That just wouldn't be interesting or realistic. However, unlike Postcards' Suzanne, Dinah isn't a sympathetic character/5(56). That's pretty much where the similarity lies, and that is perhaps because both ladies are drawn from aspects of Carrie Fisher's reality.
In this case though, we are brought with a book that douses itself in just as much introspection but lays in the floods of your usual "girl troubles" teen novel. Ok, actual review - Surrender the Pink is alright/5(47). She is the author of five bestselling novels, Wishful Drinking, Surrender the Pink, Delusions of Grandma, The Best Awful, and Postcards from the Edge, which was made into a hit film starring Shirley MacLaine and Meryl Streep.
Fisher's experience with addiction and mental illness--and her willingness to speak honestly about them--have made her a Pages: The book also made me envious of Carrie's ability to take personal romantic tragedy (her breakup with on-again, off-again, on-again lover, husband and love of her life Paul Simon, thinly disguised here as famous playwright Rudy Gendler) and turn it into artistic triumph.
Surrender the Pink is another triumph for Carrie Fisher. When I wasn't. Surrender the Pink is a romance novel by actress and author Carrie Fisher that was published in The title term, surrender the pink, is a colloquialism pertaining to male sexual advances to a female. It comes from the phrase, "They're all pink on the inside.
Her other books include Surrender the Pink, Delusions of Grandma, Shockaholic, Wishful Drinking, and The Princess Diarist.
She wrote the screenplay for the movie Postcards from the Edge. She died after suffering from a heart attack on Decem at the age of /5(6). Surrender the Pink by Carrie Fisher,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Buy Surrender the Pink by Fisher, Carrie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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SURRENDER THE PINK. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Often hilarious, always witty second novel by the film-star author of the ultra-hip, well-received Postcards from the Edge (). As with fellow stylists Nora Ephron in Heartburn and Fay Weldon in She-Devil, Fisher's knock-'em-dead.
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Ok, actual review - Surrender the Pink is alright. What bothers me about it is how Dinah (the main character) accepts the less-than-stellar events of her life. Sure, you can't write a perfect modern woman of the 21st century.
That just wouldn't be interesting or realistic. However, unlike Postcards' Suzanne, Dinah isn't a sympathetic character/5(40). Surrender the pink by Carrie Fisher, unknown edition, Classifications Dewey Decimal Class / Library of Congress PSI S87 Pages: Surrender the Pink.
Carrie Fisher. 2 Ratings; $; Listen $; Listen Publisher Description. The victim of a painful past and a fatherless childhood, Dinah Kaufman is searching for love that will last - or at least, a reasonable facsimile that comes with a warranty.
She nearly found it in her marriage to hugely successful playwright 5/5(2). “Surrender the Pink” is about Dinah Kaufman, soap-opera writer, human catalogue of one-liners, and daughter of divorce.
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