It's Girl Interrupted meets Miranda July—with a touch of Joan Didion—in this captivating collection of original essays revolving around a young American girl's coming of age in Paris. As an adolescent in a foreign country, Stephanie LaCava found an unconventional way to deal with her social awkwardness and feelings of uncertainty about the future by taking solace from the strange and beautiful objects she came across in her daily life. Filled with beautiful illustrations and providing a retrospective of nineties fashion and culture, An Extraordinary Theory of Objects: A Memoir of an Outsider in Paris is sure to be a collector's item for Francophiles or anyone who has ever found security in the strangest of places.
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As an adult Lacava began looking back over her life âthrough a narrative illuminated with objects and their respective stories.â As the author began researching her objects, she discovered unlikely links between them and âcertain people who reappeared throughout the storiesâ of such objec...Sep 24 2012 | Read Full Review of An Extraordinary Theory of Ob...
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