Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris (42/52)

Yet another collection of funny and awkward essays from the life of David Sedaris. This time, mostly focused on his family and the lengths of embarrassment they led to, the essays show that in the right hands’ stories of suburbia can be relevant and entertaining. I particularly loved the racial tension in Slumus Lordicus. As always, they are great short reads that highlight brilliant creative non-fiction.

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