Saturday December 7, 2019

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17th April, 2016

By Caitlin Moran (Ebury, €26.60)

Caitlin Moran specialises in funny, gritty autobiographical writing – and it’s a prose style that has won her acclaim in both her journalism and long-form works, including her award-winning memoir How to Be a Woman. Now Moran returns with another instalment of articles, columns and essays. Topics explored include affordable housing, 1980s swearing and boarding schools. Although there’s a grab-bag feel to this collection, it’s still a deeply...

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