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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0399156313
ISBN-13: 9780399156311
Sku: 211535121
Publish Date: 4/15/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.75L x 0.75T
Pages:  272
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A delicious, laugh-out-loud funny Southern-fried memoir about growing up a "proper young lady"--or not. "Confessions of a Rebel Debutante" is a rollicking, unlikely success story from a natural-born storyteller.
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Documents the experiences of an outspoken, bookish Southerner who as a girl was kicked out of cotillion classes for her rebellious failure to emulate debutante behavior, an environment she left to attend Brown University and work as a celebrity assistant and screenwriter.
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Anna Fields may have flunked out of debutante school, but she deserves an A for humor and fortitude, as she reflects on her long journey from failed Southern belle to successful comedian, with several excruciating but amusing stops along the way. Fields was trained to be a Southern lady, but she never quite got the hang of etiquette and hospitality, despite extensive lessons in both. Instead, she headed first north, for an education at Brown University and a stint in New York, and then west, to try her hand at Hollywood, where she caught on as a reluctant and often inept assistant to celebrities and wannabes. She ridicules both social sets in her first memoir, with plenty of laughs left over for her herself and her animated family.
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