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Unladylike: A Memoir

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Unladylike is a memoir that spans four decades of the author’s life. From stories about a childho... Read More

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Unladylike is a memoir that spans four decades of the author’s life. From stories about a childhood spent wishing she could change everything about her life (including her parents), to her chronically delayed puberty, and the self-esteem issues that accompany a flat chest, Vaz doesn’t pull any punches. She takes us through her college years, where under the vigilance of Catholic nuns she grappled with a major decision—to have or not have pre-marital sex as well as the discovery that the female body is capable of some very strange sounds at very inappropriate times. Out of respect for various ex-boyfriends, she will dwell on just one man—her wheat-eating, milk-drinking Jat husband. From their extra-long courtship (that he didn’t tell his mother about), to their wedding day and beyond, there are lessons for every girl who has ever thought ‘one day I’d like to be married’. The lesson is: ‘Don’t say you weren’t warned’

Product Details

Title: Unladylike: A Memoir
Author: Radhika Vaz
Publisher: Rupa Publications
ISBN: 9789383064175
SKU: BK0382951
EAN: 9789383064175
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Radhika Vaz is a comedian who has trained with members of the prestigious Groundlings School in Los Angeles, as well as at the Upright Citizens Brigade and The Magnet Theatre in New York city. Her first one-woman showUnladylike: The Pitfalls of Propriety’ has played to sold-out audiences in New York, Los Angeles, Mumbai, New Delhi, Gurgaon and Bangalore and she has been performing her second showOlder. Angrier. Hairier’ since July 2013. She is a freelance writer and has written for Chicken Soup for The Indian Couples’ Soul. She has a fortnightly column,Read it and weep’, which appears in the Times of India.

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