Conversations I Wish I Had

Book Review: Learning Nothing From Lena Dunham’s ‘Not That Kind of Girl’

I’m a bit bummed by this… A part of me however can’t help but wonder (and apprehend) that Dunham could be the voice of this generation- that is, in self-obsession and superficiality…

The Hudsucker

Back in 2012 Lena Dunham received a $3.7 million dollar advance from Random House to write a book of advice for young women.  The amount was staggering for a young woman who had never written a book before and was best known for her debut film, Tiny Furniture, and her controversial HBO series, Girls. Many felt the amount was extreme and unwarranted. The book, patterned off of Helen Gurley Brown’s iconic Having It All, was released last month allowing the world to find out for itself.

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