Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim
David Sedaris plays in the snow with his sisters. He goes on vacation with his family. He gets a job selling drinks. He attends his brother's wedding. He mops his sister's floor. He gives directions to a lost traveler. He eats a hamburger. He has his blood sugar tested. It all sounds so normal,... show more
David Sedaris plays in the snow with his sisters. He goes on vacation with his family. He gets a job selling drinks. He attends his brother's wedding. He mops his sister's floor. He gives directions to a lost traveler. He eats a hamburger. He has his blood sugar tested. It all sounds so normal, doesn't it? In his newest collection of essays, David Sedaris lifts the corner of ordinary life, revealing the absurdity teeming below its surface. His world is alive with obscure desires and hidden motives -- a world where forgiveness is automatic and an argument can be the highest form of love. Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim is another unforgettable collection from one of the wittiest and most original writers at work today.
Publish date: June 1st 2004
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Edition language: English
Another fun collection of essays by Sedaris. I think my favorite, and most relatable, was the story of his mother locking the kids out of the house after days of being shut up together by snowstorms had driven her a little crazy. The author certainly doesn’t spare himself in examining the failings o...
David Sedaris is the kind of author that makes me get all of his books before I finish the first. Witty, funny and a little sad. It makes me appreciate my family even more.
This is too funny to read in a library or on an airplane. Be prepared to ROTF and LOL
Thank God for David Sedaris' humor. This book helped pull me out of the funk I was in after reading Missoula. I love his dry and self deprecating humor and while I don't like this one as much as Me Talk Pretty One Day I still really enjoyed this.
Classic Sedaris. This collection focuses a lot on his family, as well as domestic themes. I laughed quite a bit, as well as nodding in commiseration. This book also includes one of my favorite essays, Possession, which I think of whenever I'm house/apartment hunting. A quick and enjoyable read.