Ex Utero

Ex Utero Laurie Foos the unholy love child of Franz Kafka and Erica Jong Philadelphia Inquirer gives us a wonderfully deranged and stunning novel Fay Weldon Los Angeles Times Book Review about the hullabaloo

  • Title: Ex Utero
  • Author: Laurie Foos
  • ISBN: 9780156004640
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Laurie Foos the unholy love child of Franz Kafka and Erica Jong Philadelphia Inquirer gives us a wonderfully deranged and stunning novel Fay Weldon, Los Angeles Times Book Review about the hullabaloo that ensues when a woman somehow loses her uterus at the shopping mall.

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    1. I found this book at a used book sale and bought it as a joke, but then when I got home I read it in one gulp. The premise is absolutely absurd--Rita loses her uterus, she thinks at the mall. The whacky premise only escalates as the book continues. (view spoiler)[ Eventually men are masturbating in front of shoe stores, another woman's vagina seals shut in solidarity, and a dog dies from licking up too much menstrual blood.(hide spoiler)] Yeah, it's gross, and that's why it's great. I loved it. [...]

    2. Laurie Foos has created a true work of art with this book. In this world men are walking erections, a woman can lose a uterus and gender stereotypes become an every day reality. I read this book in one sitting. It was like chewing bubblegum that never lost it's flavor; a string of candied moments. It was extremely well written, though not a difficult read by any means, very culturally relevant and relatable. Women's worth being tied into their fertility is still something that we as a gender str [...]

    3. I did a keyword search for women and humorous fiction for this one. It's the story of a 30-something woman who goes to the mall for a pair of sexy shoes and somehow loses her uterus while there. It's one of those novels that borders between postmodern and just plain wacky, but there's plenty here to make you laugh.

    4. I just didn't like this book because it was soupid.Maybe there's some sort of satirical metaphor I missed or something.Perhaps it was me, but I just didn't like it. Especially all of the gruesome descriptions of female issues that thankfully don't exist.

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