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by Bella. Pollen

  • Author: Bella. Pollen
  • ISBN: 0330369547
  • ISBN13: 978-0330369541
  • ePub: 1169 kb | FB2: 1716 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pan Books; Womens Fiction edition (1997)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 119
  • Format: lit azw lit docx
all About Men ePub download

Bella Pollen (Author).

Bella Pollen (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0330351546. All About Men " gives eloquent expression to the significant issues of modern life whilst leaving room for hilarious fu. his is a book that will raise its readers to fever-pitches of the kind of passionate excitement and involvement only real art can inspire. 2 people found this helpful.

Raised in New York, Bella Pollen is a writer and journalist who has contributed to a variety of publications, including Uk and American Vogue, The Times, the Sunday Telegraph and the Observer. Author of five previous novels, including the best selling Hunting Unicorns and critically acclaimed Summer of the Bear, Pollen has tackled a broad spectrum of subjects from Cold War intrigue to decline of Raised in New York, Bella Pollen is a writer and journalist who has contributed to a variety of publications, including Uk and American Vogue, The Times, the Sunday Telegraph and. the Observer.

Arabella Pollen (born 22 June 1961) is an English fashion designer and, as Bella Pollen, journalist and author of five novels published between 1997 and 2011. Arabella Rosalind Hungerford Pollen (Bella Pollen) is the daughter of Peregrine Michael Hungerford Pollen, a former chairman of Sotheby Parke-Bernet auction house, and Patricia Helen Barry. Born in Oxford, she was raised in Manhattan.

In London, Paris and New York, Deli Madison plays out her fashion addict lifestyle, from rebel to catwalk queen. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.

Bella Pollen is a writer and journalist who contributes to a wide variety of publications, including the Sunday Telegraph, Vogue, and the Observer. She is the author of the novels Hunting Unicorns, All About Men and B Movies, Blue Love. She lives in Ladbroke Grove, London.

Books and newspapers were a different matter Wolves spoke as men and goblins ruled governments. Waterfalls flowed upwards and inanimate objects made conversation with him whenever they pleased

Books and newspapers were a different matter. Jamie Fleming appeared to suffer a form of blindness, an inability to see patterns in words. As he stared at them on the page, instead of joining together to form sentences, they separated into a haphazard collection of jottings which, for all the sense they made to him, might have been Braille or Morse code or birdsong. Wolves spoke as men and goblins ruled governments. Waterfalls flowed upwards and inanimate objects made conversation with him whenever they pleased. And if his parents encouraged him, they were not alone.

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English novelist Bella Pollen has written candidly about her encounters with . The result is her tragi-comic memoir. It is her sixth book, following five novels including the bestseller Hunting Unicorns

English novelist Bella Pollen has written candidly about her encounters with sleep paralysis in her acclaimed memoir Meet Me In The In-Between. It affects men and women equally and many will experience it once or twice in their lifetime. Others experience it more regularly. It is her sixth book, following five novels including the bestseller Hunting Unicorns. Meet Me In The In-Between documents Bella's fractured childhood and first marriage to the son of a Mafia godfather, as well as her long relationship with David Macmillan from whom she has recently separated.

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January 2003 : USA Paperback.

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Transplanted from her native New York to the English countryside and boarding school, 13 year old Deli grows from perfect student, to bully, to wild child and then to successful fashion designer. Along the way she tries to nab the perfect man, but encounters many less than perfect specimens through the years. Eventually she finds that being female and juggling a baby, husband, self employment and fame in the middle of the recession is more than she can cope with, and the reader wonders what on earth will happen to Deli in the chaos that surrounds her. "All About Men" is a lively, funny book with the sort of dry humour that will appeal to Bridget Jones fans. Though easy to read it is very well written, and intelligent. The linear narrative is nicely broken up by the inclusion of letters, faxes, flashbacks, and even a How-To guide to the fashion industry, which makes it an entertaining and engrossing read. If Bridet Jones left you hankering for more, try "All About Men"!
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A sparkling novel. How diminished British postwar fiction would have been without Pollen. Her prose mixes soaring meditation with streetsmart wisecracks.These tastes of her incandescent intelligence leave the reader gasping for her next novel. "All About Men " gives eloquent expression to the significant issues of modern life whilst leaving room for hilarious fun.This is a book that will raise its readers to fever-pitches of the kind of passionate excitement and involvement only real art can inspire.