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½ Read ☆ Naked by David Sedaris è Find all of my reviews at s a dramatic reenactment of me in the car going to hell Wal Mart with the husband while simultaneously trying to describe my feelings about David Sedaris Ever since I finally got brave enough to attempt audiobooks several months ago, I ve methodically been revisiting Sedaris work If you haven t experienced his stuff before, I m telling you audio is the way to go and Naked is David Sedaris at his best From being a little kid with O.
D in a time where such behavior was dismissed as quirky, to a young man living at a nudist colony, to his mother s cancer diagnosis Naked will have you laughing until you cry and crying until you laugh An added bonus is his sister Amy lends her voice to some of the selections as well Talk about my fantasy audible m nage trois The only thing better than the Sedaris siblings Their mother Several years ago I used to wish I c Welcome To The Hilarious, Strange, Elegiac, Outrageous World Of David Sedaris In Naked, Sedaris Turns The Mania For Memoir On Its Proverbial Ear, Mining The Exceedingly Rich Terrain Of His Life, His Family, And His Unique Worldview A Sensibility At Once Take No Prisoners Sharp And Deeply Charitable A Tart Tongued Mother Does Dead On Imitations Of Her Young Son S Nervous Tics, To The Great Amusement Of His Teachers A Stint Of Kerouackian Wandering Is Undertaken Of Course With A Quadriplegic Companion A Family Gathers For A Wedding In The Face Of Imminent Death Through It All Is Sedaris S Unmistakable Voice, Without Doubt One Of The Freshest In American Writing My full review, as well as my other thoughts on reading, can be found on my blog.
Sardonic and droll, the abridged audio of David Sedaris s Naked offers a series of scattered autobiographical pieces As in most of his work, the author is ironic and self deprecating as he alternates between recounting childhood memories and recollecting his travels as an adult Because the audio is abridged, though, all the mediocre pieces that typically embellish a Sedaris collection have been removed Naked offers the perfect introduction to the author s work for that reason, but those who dislike his brand of humor won t find themselves changed.
17 Hitchhiking David Sedaris is an adorable little sassmouth His idiosyncratic brand of humor possesses many fine, laudable traits it is by turns indecently irreverent, snotty, crude, painfully neurotic, silly, self deprecating, and even downright morbid Unfortunately, this collection of autobiographical essays just wasn t as consistently funny and entertaining as his other books The first half was genuinely hilarious, and reading it frequently led to uncontrollable giggling and explosions of loud, rambunctious laughter The second part, however, had so many strained, awkward jokes that I spent most of the time cringing with embarrassment on their behalf the poor things were trying way too hard If you want top shelf Sedaris, I d recommend starting with either Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim or perhaps Me Talk Pretty One Day, both of which provide much stron I m being told that this is funny but so far all I want to do is gather David Sedaris into my arms and rock him back and forth and tell him everything is okay Okay, finished Is it really supposed to be funny I found myself pretty saddened by most of the stories He s got a great writing style and I definitely felt pulled into each of the stories, but I think I felt empathetic than anything Especially in C.
G I didn t want to quit my job Quitting involved a certain degree of responsibility I didn t want to assume Rather, I hoped that Jon might remove that burden and dismiss me as soon as possible I had felt contempt for him, even occasional hatred, and now I was fighting the urge to feel sorry for him He must have known it, and clearing his throat he proceeded to cut me off at the pass Let me tell you
Naked David arrived first, but it was Holiday David who made the NPR splash Those of us in the front row received the full facial and were covered David the Elf s funk I ve still got Sedaris stank all over me and I m loving it While Holiday took a step back from unadulterated intimacy, Naked and Barrel Fever begins the unveiling of David Sedaris inner, most personal life It has all the markings of an early work, feeling like a skeletal version of Me Talk Pretty or Dress Your Family, a funny skeletal version mind you, but incomplete and fragmentary nonetheless Sedaris does not delve so deeply, mining the depths of his own existence to locate the funny bone, as he does in later works His comedic flair has not yet fully caught fire Even so, Naked presents some of the author s important first steps Some are funny Some are endearing Some are tentative Some are not pretty About a third of the way through David Sedaris s book, I wondered how I had not heard of this guy before This guy was funny No, not just funny, he was really funny He didn t just make me laugh while reading his book, he made me cry I was laughing so hard So why, why had I not heard of someone so side splittingly funny A couple chapters later, I understood why A few chapters after that and Naked went into a dive bomb While there were some redeeming moments near the end, he never fully recovered and I returned the book from whence it came with a sigh, thinking of what could have been So what went wrong Let me tell you first what went right The moments where David was a kid and shared stories about his experiences growing up those were the priceless momen
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