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by Laura Zigman

Author: Laura Zigman
Subcategory: Women's Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: The Dial Press; First Edition edition (December 29, 1997)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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High praise for laura zigman’s animal husbandry wickedly funn. itty and entertainin. igman’s triumph here is to invest the old story of a woman scorned with fresh, contemporary. wickedly funn. igman’s triumph here is to invest the old story of a woman scorned with fresh, contemporary relevance, while also conveying the universal poignancy of heartbreak. Her portrayal of single Manhattanites, male and female, is right on the mark.

At times, such feelings of inferiority and insecurity may alternate with feelings of greatness and omnipotent fantasies. es of omnipotence and narcissistic grandiosity come to the surface. The presence of extreme contradictions in their self concept is often the first clinical evidence of the severe pathology in the ego and superego of these patients, hidden underneath a surface of smooth and effective social functioning.

Laura Zigman grew up in Newtonville, Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She spent ten years in New York City working in book publishing, and currently lives in Washington, . Animal Husbandry is her first novel. She is also the author of Dating Big Bird. Библиографические данные.

A hilariously funny and wonderfully wise debut. In her spare time, late-night TV producer Jane Goodall-not the Jane Goodall-studies animal behavior to try to understand how and why the man she loves has so suddenly, inexplicably jilted her.

Animal Husbandry book. Laura Zigman grew up in Newton, Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Radcliffe Publishing Procedures Course

Animal Husbandry book. Jane feels the rush  . Laura Zigman grew up in Newton, Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Radcliffe Publishing Procedures Course. She spent ten years working in New York in book publishing where she was a publicist for Times Books, Vintage Books, Turtle Bay Books, Atlantic Monthly Press, and Alfred A. Knopf.

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Город: Cambridge, MAПодписчиков: 4 ты. себе: Bestselling novelist (Animal Husbandry). себе: Bestselling novelist (Animal Husbandry) & ghostwriter (Eddie Izzard). New novel, SEPARATION ANXIETY, coming March 2020 from Ecco.

Laura Zigman is the author of Animal Husbandry and Dating Big Bird. She spent ten years working in book publishing in New York. Her pieces have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today. She no. ore about Laura Zigman. Category: Women’s Fiction Contemporary Romance.

Laura Zigman is an American novelist and freelance journalist who live outside Boston, Massachusetts. She is the author of the novels Animal Husbandry, Her, Dating Big Bird, and Piece of Work, and is co-author with professional matchmaker Patti Novak of the self-help book Get Over Yourself: How to Get Real, Get Serious, and Get Ready to Find True Love. Zigman grew up in Newton, Massachusetts, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Hers began as a simple Cow meets Bull story: she, Jane Goodall (no, not the Jane Goodall) was the single, overachieving prime-time talk show producer with her heart on the shelf; Ray was the young executive producer with the J. Crew good looks and, it seemed, a love life as lonely as Jane's.  They met for drinks, fell in love (so she thought), and looked together for an apartment.  Then suddenly, inexplicably, in only the third month of their post-copulatory phase, Ray Brown was gone.  Not gone gone, but lost to a jungle of unreturned phone calls and unrequited love.  When Jane, suddenly homeless, reluctantly moves in with Eddie Alden, her swaggering, womanizing coworker, she finds herself in the belly of the beast itself--the alpha male--and discovers, too, that she's not alone in the vast pasture of the brokenhearted.  With a copy of Darwin's Origin of Species in one hand and a notebook in the other, Jane sets up base camp at Eddie's and begins her research--on Eddie's bizarre chase and flee rituals, on the always unlucky pairings of her best friends, David and Joan, and on her own love affair with Ray--all in a desperate attempt to unlock the mysterious methods of the male animal.  Soon Jane has stacks of theories and a budding career as a pseudonymous sexual behaviorist.  But conclusions, of course, prove elusive as love itself, and nothing is as simple as it seems in this whip smart, hilariously funny, and wonderfully wise debut novel about men, women, and the strange taxonomy of the human heart.